Youth has always been the core of research on fashion and style. Looking closely into the stylistic decisions of the young, aiming to connect the similarities and finding what they represent, is not a new occurrence. From skinheads to punk and the riot grrrl movement, a youth subculture is defined as a group of individuals who share the same values and norms that exist in disagreement with mainstream society. In the postmodern reality of today, fashion commodities, like clothing items, are deconstructed and mixed together in unlimited combinations, a notion that is represented to the fullest by the stylistic language of the “art-school kid”. The anonymous Instagram account @thats_so_csm and photographer Balint Alovits shot hundreds of Central Saint Martins students for their project “So CSM”, pushing us to discover all the common visual signifiers between them.