Members: A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg and numerous other members of the dollar sign gene pool.
Admission requires: If you’re not trill, you ain’t coming in. If you do happen to be an ice-cool hip-hop star from Harlem, they might let you join, as long as you share their taste for dollar signs, rude hand gestures (sorry ‘bout that) and are a self-styled lord.
Signature style: Strong streetwear, snapbacks, a lot of black and a predilection for heavy metal in the form of chains, pendants, bracelets and teeth. Ringleader Rocky also has a taste for the super-high-end street-goth look, with a closet full of Dries Van Noten, Raf Simons, Jeremy Scott and Balenciaga at his disposal.
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Members: Joe Jonas, Calvin Harris, Ed Sheeran plus most of the female models, pop stars and actresses in the world.
Admission requires: Knowing Taylor Swift, duh.
Signature style: Generally, T-Swift’s male consorts are good boys (albeit stylish ones) and dress like it. Joe Jonas is an #OOTD regular with us, and his penchant for well-fitting jackets, decent T-shirts and skinny jeans is not a bad blueprint for your own wardrobe. Calvin Harris has recently upped his game style-wise (thanks, Tay Tay) and, after appearing as Armani’s new pants posterboy, has been spotted out and about in a lot of longline, slim-fit jeans and his favourite Yeezy Boost 350s.
Boy Better Know
Members: Skepta, JME, Wiley, Frisco, Jammer.
Admission requires: Being a north/east London grime MC. Sorry, everyone else.
Signature style: As his track Shutdown explains, Skepta is no stranger to sitting in the front row and has become something of a LFW darling. He has a catholic approach to fashion, repping skate brands like Supreme, Billionaire Boys Club and Cav Empt while collaborating with up-and-coming Brit designer Nasir Mazhar and publicly declaring his love for Sports Direct. His brother JME and the rest of the crew rock similar looks with a strong affinity with black hoodies, parkas and trapper hats – plus, of course, anything branded with the BBK logo.
Models of the FROW
Members: David Gandy, Oliver Cheshire, Johannes Huebl, Jack Guinness, Raff Law (with occasional appearances by Nick Grimshaw, Harry Styles and Tinie Tempah).
Admission requires: Being really, really, really, really good-looking. Cheekbones.
Signature style: With Gandy as their de facto president, this model posse can usually be found rocking smarter-than-your-average tailoring, along with classy, neutral basics. Everything fits perfectly and looks hideously expensive. Helping to raise the profiles of the Brit designers they model for, you’ll see them working anything from Savile Row suits with jazzy accessories (Gandy’s ouvre) to mod-esque polo shirts or tweed/suede jackets. A Pinterest-worthy beard and shaggy hair help, too (see Jack Guinness), and having a celebrity wife/girlfriend is essential.
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Members: Kanye West, Drake, 2 Chainz, Future. Occasional special guest/crew god: Jay Z.
Admission requires: Come on, it’s literally never going to happen unless you’re a billionaire rapper with a private jet.
Signature style: Pretty much anything goes here as long as it has at least three zeros on the end of the price tag and a fair whack of cultural cachet. Kanye is one of celeb-land's best-dressed men, and the whole world knows it – when you can wear Timberlands with Balmain and create immediate-sell-out sneaks for adidas, there’s not much you can’t pull off, including kimonos and the painter/decorator look. Drake favours low-key staples and hoodies, and has a love of basketball clothing that’s shared by the other crew members. For everyone else, it’s a case of mo’ jewellery, mo’ style, tattoos for days and an interesting array of headgear. Ain’t nobody cooler than this clique.
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