Street style

END.'s Top Ten Street Style Looks of 2019

28 December 2019

Rounding off another stellar year of global street style, END. trawls back through the image archive to present the top 10 looks of 2019.

END. Top Ten Street Style Looks of 2019 by END.

From the cobbled streets of London to the concrete expanses of the Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul, throughout 2019 we have watched as the global style elite congregated at the world's leading fashion week events to absorb the latest collections and present their own expression of contemporary style.

As the year draws to a close - and we gear up for the next round of collections in January - END. looks back through the year's street style reports to select the best-in-class looks of 2019.

From contemporary minimalism to trail-ready outerwear, these are the looks (presented in no particular order) which best capture the END. perspective and reflect the style zeitgeist for 2019.

Streetwear wunderkind Leo Mandella honoured the early days of the movement with graphic prints and classic silhouettes in Paris.
The deft use of statement accessories took casual daily style to new heights.
Tactical streewear collided with premium performancewear for a fresh take on urban athleticism in Milan.
Laid-back skate sentiments were given an irreverent remix with tongue-in-cheek animal prints; an evergreen nod to London's punk-rock legacy.
Utility details combined with a neutral colour pallette offered up a fresh expression of contemporary style.
Matt colours and architectural silhouettes converged for a hyper-graphic statement in Seoul.
High coverage layering with statement trucker flavour brought denim back into the foreground.
Menswear institution Nigel Cabourn was a style icon of his own creation in Florence.
Statement aviator pieces brought a gritty edge to normcore style on the streets of Copenhagen.
Errolson Hugh's status as the GOAT of high-concept tactical styling went unchallenged for another year.

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