In a normal year, GQ’s fashion team spends January and June on the globe-trotting, jawnz-dropping odyssey that is men’s fashion week. This year, of course, is nothing close to normal. The June fashion weeks were bumped to July, and (for the most part) they’ve all gone digital, too, with Virgil Abloh dabbling in animation for his Louis Vuitton show, and Jonathan Anderson embracing all things crafty at Loewe. One big change, obviously, is the glaring absence of street style: if there are no in-person shows, there are no chances to flex on your way to and from the shows, either.
Or so you’d think! Our crack fashion squad isn’t going to let the digitization of fashion week stand in the way of dressing like champs. Sure, we’re swapping out double-breasted blazers for some tie-dye, but the vibes remain strong. Here’s what GQ’s fashion editors are wearing to check out digital fashion week.