Orange Is the New Black, According to Street Style at London Fashion Week Men's

The bolder, the better.
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On the street at London Fashion Week Men's Fall 2020. 

On the street at London Fashion Week Men's Fall 2020. 

It's the beginning of the Fall 2020 fashion circuit, folks. (Yes, already.) London Fashion Week Men's, which wrapped on Monday, kicked it off with bold, subversive designs both on and off the runway — something we've come to expect from the British capital. 

The street-style crowd whipped out their brightest puffers, shiniest head-to-toe leather looks and most blinding shades of orange outside of the Fall 2020 shows. The latter has been trending on the runway since the Spring 2018 collections, but it hasn't always translated into everyday — or, at least fashion week — wear. It took a little while for the statement shade to win over the hearts of editors and influencers, who had already pledged their sartorial allegiance to slime green. Now, it seems like our friends across the pond have pledged their loyalty to Cheeto-colored anything. 

From carrot-stained Burberry sweats to rust cargo pants, the fashion pack went all in on the vibrant hue at London Fashion Week Men's. Some kept the color story going with poppy orange accessories (like sunglasses and fannypacks), while others balanced their loud pants with more neutral outerwear. Here's hoping we'll see more of this fashionable pumpkin patch at our next stop on the global fashion circuit: Florence

See our favorite street style looks from London Fashion Week Men's in the gallery below, and stay tuned for more street style coverage from the men's shows in Europe, along with couture happening in Paris. 

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