East London’s most heavily graffitied streets provided the backdrop for our guide to this summer’s key colour trend. We shot whites, pale pinks
and earthy neutrals against Brick Lane’s iconic street art and Hackney’s brutal estates – showing you how to nail the look with just a few easy outfits.
All white, like all black, is easy to put together, you just need to give it depth by wearing a hoodie underneath your main piece, then add a textured snapback in light taupe for a streetwear spin.
The ideal outfit for conquering a festival. The shorts will offer comfort in hot and sweaty crowds, whereas the hooded mac will keep you dry during those inevitable showers.
Pink is set to be the colour of the summer in menswear, so why not nail two trends in one look by combining it with everyone’s new favourite layer – the hoodie.
If you’re looking to update your shorts with a contemporary statement, you can’t much cooler than a pair of white short denim dungarees.
White Denim Jacket
Don’t be scared to add some denim into your pale look – a classic denim jacket in bright white is the best place to start.
Tan Jersey Shorts
Experiment with your layering with unconventional combinations, such as wearing the dusty kimono Lux tee over a uniquely shaped funnel neck shirt.