Location: Paris, France

Season: Spring/Summer 2018

Key Looks: A$AP Rocky coordinating that yellow expertly in a customized Beavis and Butthead T-shirt (slide #1), an expertly styled vintage foot soccer jersey proves the trend is still going hard (slide #12), and the utility belt fixation gets taken to a new extreme (slide #7).

Editor’s Notes: VLONE made a real splash at Paris Fashion Week this season, and the arrival of the A$AP Bari-affiliated label in Paris attracted a coterie of big global names from A$AP Rocky (obvs) to Russel Westbrook. Of course, the style set was out in full-force too in a diverse array of streetwear staples, and clearly, orange is still the new black.

For more street style, check out what looks were pulled at Balenciaga’s latest show.

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