Since at least the mid-2010s, streetwear has been guiding trends and influencing everything from how businesses run (the limited edition and collaboration-heavy drop model) to how we dress when conducting business (decidedly more casual). But that might not be the case for much longer. In the places where streetwear recently ruled — the cool cafés and wine bars, the buzziest runways, the mysterious artists’ studios — there are a growing number of tailored and tailoring-adjacent pieces. You might spot a sleek suit or a double-breasted sport coat here, or a peak lapel there, with an Oxford-cloth shirt or a silk necktie thrown in for good measure. Read more at Sharp.