Key Pieces: The blue and orange Chanel tracksuit top (slide #2) is a healthy dose of vintage luxe sportswear and has been paired expertly with oversized orange sunglasses, a Fendi monogram scarf, and neon orange and white Nike Air VaporMax Plus.
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Editor’s Notes: London-based cult streetwear store and community Wavey Garms has released a new lookbook in collaboration with fellow Londoners The Flash Pack.
The lookbook explores the impact working-class British youth culture has had on catwalk fashion in the UK. Aptly titled “Streets and Runways,” the lookbook shows how the reappropriation of style can sometimes be a very busy two-way street.
A lot of the ’fits seen above are trends that were born out of London’s many multicultural suburbs and went on to influence high-fashion brands. On the flipside, a lot of those brands are often a wardrobe staple for minority teen consumers, proving that the relationship between the street and the runway is often a symbiotic one.
Flip through the lookbook above, featuring brands such as Fendi, Gucci, and Prada.
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