Don’t call it streetwear
Hoodies, sneakers, track pants, sportswear. You wear them every day. And you know they’ve become a central part of the fashion conversation. So if you’re going to do it, do it right. Here are the pieces that feel fresh now.
PHOTOGRAPHY TOM SLOAN AT LALALAND ARTISTS. STYLING MARK VASSALLO. MODELS BILAL AT ROCK MEN MODEL MANAGEMENT, BRAD, AND NOAH AT MODELS 1. HAIR KIYOKO ODO AT BRYANT ARTISTS. MAKEUP AMMY DRAMMEH AT BRYANT ARTISTS.
The logo bag
Useful for adding punch to a simpler outfit. Also useful for carrying stuff.
Slouchy coat + sweats
There’s something satisfying about throwing a refined coat over a tracksuit. It shouldn’t work, but it does.
Above: Bilal wears coat by Marni, hoodie by Krizia, track pants by Aimé Leon Dore, sneakers by Balenciaga, and bag by Napa by Martine Rose from Machine-A.
Good news for goths and spillers: this season’s collections are jam packed with all-black options.
Above, from left: Brad wears jacket and bag, both by 1017 ALYX 9SM, T-shirt by A-Cold-Wall, trousers by Ashley Williams, and cap by Ron Dorff. Noah wears hoodie by A-Cold-Wall, jeans by Y/Project, cap by Études, and bag by 1017 ALYX 9SM. Bilal wears jacket by Undercover, hoodie by A-Cold-Wall, and trousers by GMBH.
Go as wide as you think you should. Then go a bit wider. Trust us, it feels right.
Above, from left: Noah wears top by Aries, trousers by Lc23 from Di Pierro, and sneakers by Balenciaga from Browns. Bilal wears jacket by Napa by Martine Rose from Dope Factory, shirt (just seen) by Lanvin, trousers by Gosha Rubchinskiy from Spazio Pritelli, and sneakers by Balenciaga from Browns.