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This weekend’s spring/summer 2018 shows marked the fifth anniversary of London Fashion Week’s menswear edition (or the less numerically satisfying 11th season). Unsurprisingly, the street-style set was out in force to celebrate — and provide some seriously strong outfit inspiration.

Model wearing oversized chinos with a matching shacket | ASOS Style Feed

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No wonder this dude’s happy, he’s just absolutely nailed two of summer ’17’s biggest trends in one steezily utilitarian getup. Lightweight, voluminous chinos are a skate-flavored essential that’s finally starting to supplant the ubiquitous skinny pant. And the next-level take on tonal dressing is to make your colors so indistinguishable that they merge into a single shade of awesomeness.

Model wearing a monochrome 'fit with silver kicks | ASOS Style Feed

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Another one-tone wonder here. Your man's matched up his tan jacket and chinos for a look so fearlessly functional we barely even noticed the subtle flashes of out-of-hours excess (those silver kicks).

Model wearing a fresh white tee and Nikes | ASOS Style Feed

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What’s the opposite of a peacock? Some sort of quietly confident bird that doesn’t need to make a song and dance about its plumage? Whatever it is, Mr. Icy-Fresh Tee and Nikes is channeling it here. 

Model wearing Acne Studios overcoat, sweatshirt and beanie' combo | ASOS Style Feed

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The London menswear shows took place on one of the hottest weekends of the year so far, which you might assume would have unravelled a few best-laid outfit plans. Wrong. Street stylers gotta street style, and when you’ve pieced together the perfect "statement Acne Studios overcoat, sweatshirt and beanie" combo, you're sure as heck going to wear it. Heat stroke be damned.

Model wearing Carhartt bucket hat, pathwork shirt and Vans | ASOS Style Feed

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This is more like it. Fella here’s got a Carhartt bucket hat to keep the sun off, a nice patchwork checked shirt as a summery substitute for the shacket, a basic monochrome tee and pants combo at his ‘fit's core, and some lightweight slip-on Vans. He’s basically ready to skip from Fashion Week front row to festival VIP tent with barely a change of lanyard.