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LFW AW17 MEN'S STREET STYLE

By Matt Glazebrook, 23 February 2017

London Fashion Week: Men's brought us lots of 90s style outdoorswear on the catwalk, skater hoodies and drapey outerwear on the streets – and one pretty steezy ASOS party. And what has the womenswear portion of the AW17 trend-fest got to offer? Well, these five dapper showgoers, for a start. 

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Picture: Rex

Don't know why this fella's looking so gloomy. He's got some very right-now bleached twists, a 90s-style half-zip sweatshirt in a strong primary colour and an always-cool oversized denim jacket. He's holding a full house in 'things we like at the moment' poker.

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Picture: Rex

The People's Revolutionary Front for the Liberation of Shearling there, checking its Twitter feed. Seven new followers. Another step in the long struggle towards borg utopia.

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Picture: Rex

Some quality low-key fashion-ing from this lad, with only the Commes Des Garcons x Converse kicks marking him out as a paid-up member of the stylish set, rather than a well-put-together regular bloke. Everything else – the mustard beanie, black blouson jacket, black polo shirt and grey straight-leg chinos – you've probably got in your wardrobe right now. Dig them out and recreate this, stat.

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Picture: The Urban Spotter

Fella's getting so much pap love for his sweet suede bomber, Breton tee, audaciously ripped jeans and burgundy slip-ons, he's had to hide behind a hedge. Give the guy a break! He didn't ask to be born this stylish.

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Picture: Rex

We're not sure about the whole one-sock-up, one-sock-down, uneven thing this dude's got going on, but everything else – from the oversized hoodie in a coppable shade of blue and the layered-up roll-neck for equal parts detail and warmth, to the beanie and skinny chinos doing solid black basics work, and even the never-wrong adidas Superstars – is straight winter-into-spring goals.

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