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Billy Porter Was Our Best Dressed Throughout All of London Fashion Week

It’s so so clear that we do not deserve a sartorial icon like Billy Porter. The actor shows up wearing elaborate, inspirational, and beautiful ensembles that break barriers and prove gender norms are—absolute bullshit to parties and red carpet events. His style is impeccable. Billy Porter’s London Fashion Week Spring 2020 street style is just another perfect example of why we do not deserve in. His style is off the chart. There were a lot of street style looks at London Fashion Week, but none stood out like Billy Porter throughout the entire week.


If you don’t believe us, take a look below.

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Someone please pay him, or there’s gonna be some serious pain!

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It’s hot in here!

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A pink blazer and feathered hat paired with his signature thick-rimmed glasses make for one hell of a street style outfit.

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Billy in a navy trench and your-grandma-at-church hat.

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He opted for this futuristic ensemble of pink satin, almost welded together with green leather.

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Porter wore Victoria Beckham to the designer’s show, complete with a headscarf and Gucci shoes.

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Billy Porter sat front row at the Roksanda runway show wearing this Roksanda dress.


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A cardi-style cape transforms what would have been a relatively conventional (for Billy) monochrome jumpsuit.

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The actor teamed Richard Quinn’s unapologetic florals with bright-pink gloves and buckled brogues for the designer’s show, It’s safe to say that Billy Porter can do no wrong sartorially.

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