How to get the 'Cyberpunk 2077' look

Take the iconic fashion of 'Cyberpunk 2077' to the next level with doppelgänger fits based on Night City’s iconic style.

The clamorous buzz around Cyberpunk 2077, a hyper-realized RPG adaptation of the 1988 tabletop game Cyberpunk 2020, has reached a feverish, dystopian pitch.

The game opens on “V” (a.k.a. you) absorbing the brain chip of a dead cyborgian rocker voiced by Keanu Reeves. Such is life! From there, it allows only narrative freedom in the form of so-called “Lifepaths,” as well as personal expression vis-à-vis modular avatars.

In addition to anatomical traits (nether regions included!) one’s clothing and grooming are fully customizable. In gameplay previews, one seems to encounter the tyranny of choice in simply picking out a jacket.

Garment options range from t-shirts to ready-to-wear. The developers at Polish firm CD Projekt Red intended the visual culture of Night City to feel just as uncanny as its politics, resembling heightened analogs of current-day hype culture:

Kitsch, Entropism, Neomilitarism, and Neokitsch.

Here, we break down each camp from the Cyberpunk 2077 fashion universe, and where to get the looks IRL.

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Kitsch is described as "style over substance" and roughly translates to streetwear spliced with a 2000s-era music video fever dream.

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Women's kitsch

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Top: Sacai MA-1 Bomber Jacket ($906)

Shorts: Miu Miu Lamé Nappa Leather Shorts ($1,980)

Boots: Alexander McQueen Thigh-High Peak Boot ($1,950)

Glasses: Mykita Studio12.2 Sunglasses ($585)

Earrings: Y/Project Y Earrings ($240)

Gloves: Manokhi Driving Gloves ($200)

Bracelet (right): Mulberry Bayswater Leather Bracelet ($160)

Bracelet (left): Rockstud Leather Bracelet in Neon Pink ($135)

Men's kitsch

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Jacket: Teddy Von Ranson Gunnar Jacket ($1,995)

Pants: Fen Chen Wang Paneled Lounge Pants ($178)

Hat: Dolce & Gabbana MenFlat Cap ($445)

Sunglasses: Saint Laurent Aviator-Style Metal Sunglasses ($450)

Entropism is described as "necessity over style," and has a utilitarian workwear theme.

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Women's entropism

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Jacket: Versace Logo Baroque Accent Denim Jacket ($425) or Women's Winged Logo Zip-Front Vest ($105)

Shirt: Brandy Melville Richie Tank ($16)

Shorts: THOM BROWNE Pink & White Striped Shorts ($323)

Headband: Saint Laurent Lavalliere Silk Leopard Print Scarf ($495)

Men's entropism

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Jacket: Brunello Cucinelli Jacket ($966)

Sweater: The Row Daniel Ribbed Sweater ($1,495)

Shorts: Davi Paris Blue Sahara Shorts ($154)

Shoes: Converse Red Reconstructed Chuck 70 High Sneakers ($66)

Hat: Ermenegildo Zegna Men's Solid Baseball Cap ($445)

Glasses: Oakley Radar Sunglasses ($196)

Neomilitarism is described as "substance over style" and amounts to something like Tom Ford meets Yakuza.

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Women's neomilitarism

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Top: Alexander McQueen Taffeta-Bow Cotton-Jersey Top ($670)

Shirt (Underneath): MSGM Silver Holographic Sequin Turtleneck ($148)

Skirt: Drome Belted Leather Skirt ($565)

Headset: Oculus Quest 2 ($299)

Men's neomilitarism

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Top: Haider Ackermann Black Wrap Belt Shirt ($522)

Shirt: MISBHV Sport Active Quarter-Zip Longsleeve Black & Red ($117)

Pants: Balmain Black Wool Satin Trousers ($567)

Shoes: Balmain Black Patent Prince Derbys ($537)

Sunglasses: Rick Owens Retro Futuristic Black Rectangular ($640)

Sash: Dior Tuxedo Belt ($370)

Chest rig: Fleet Ilya Tablet Harness ($1,190)

Neokitsch is defined as "style and substance." You'll find gaudy fashions that blend the streetwear of today with game's electropop, theatrical, no compromises future.

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Women's neokitsch

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Coat: Alice + Olivia Karley Leather Flare Wrap Coat ($1,895)

Dress: Aidan by Aidan Mattox ($195)

Fur collar: Yves Salomon Red Feather Cropped Vest ($144)

Boots: Saint Laurent Patent-leather over-the-knee boots ($1,995)

Necklace: Kendra Scott Kelsey Gold Pendant Necklace ($60)

Men's neokitsch

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Coat: Ann Demeulemeester Coated Wool-blend Jacket ($1,291)

Fur (underneath): Apparis Goldie Men in Ash Gray ($230)

Top: Brunello Cucinelli Bomber Vest ($1,188)

Shirt: Dries Van Noten Yellow Velvet Shirt ($495)

Pants: Dries Van Noten Green Leather Metallic Zip Trousers ($2,450)

Gloves: Versace Le Pop Classique Print Leather Gloves ($995)

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