16 Product Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Including the much-talked about Anti Social BAPE Club collab.

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The product drops keep getting hotter as we move into the warmer months. Last week we saw a highly sought after Supreme collaboration featuring Maurits Cornelis Escher, also known as MC Escher along with British skate brand Palace making a return to unleash its 2017 spring/summer lineup. This week, MR PORTER is offering up two capsule collections in conjunction with Pubic School and Stüssy, while UNDERCOVER partners up with Isetan for a pop-up shop and Lucas Puig‘s Hélas unveils a new adidas skateboarding range. Over on the more hyped drops of the week, Supreme unleashes its collaboration with Levi’s while BAPE drops its collab with Neek Lurk‘s Anti Social Social Club. Take a look below at some of the more anticipated releases to watch out for this week.

Barneys Exclusive ‘Reasonable Doubt’ JAY Z Collection

JAY Z‘s iconic album Reasonable Doubt is the sole inspiration for the MadeWorn x Roc96 Barneys New York exclusive collaboration. The drop includes handmade garments from outwear to sweats and tees, all incorporating track names and lyrics from the LP. The range is available now at Barneys online store.

Cliff Roman x Noon Goons 2017 Spring/Summer Dover Street Market Exclusive Collection

Cliff Roman of LA-based band The Weirdos has teamed up with surf-punk imprint Noon Goons on a Dover Street Market exclusive, limited-edition collection. Chalk full of hoodies, crewnecks and tees, a color palette of muted pinks, blues and blacks ties it altogether. The range — shot by Dan Regan — is available now at Dover Street Market and online.

Diamond Supply Co. 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

Summer is a time for relaxation and beach vibes. With that, Diamond Supply Co. is back with a tropical-inspired lineup featuring palm tree prints, geometric shapes and catchy phrases. Utilizing weather-appropriate shades of pink and blue, the range is comprised mainly of printed T-shirts, long-sleeve crewneck pullovers and a statement worthy hoodie. The collection is available now, with select pieces over at HBX, Diamond flagship retailers and online.

F.C. Dorsum 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

Fictional football club F.C. Dorsum drops its third collection this season with a bevy of football-inspired pieces. From signature football jerseys to a jackets, the range takes influences from a wide range of places including the co-founder’s ex-girlfriend. The drop also includes the Quo beanie, decorated with various vintage pins hand chosen by the owners of the brand. The collection is available now from F.C. Dorsum’s web store.

Hélas x adidas Skateboarding Collection

French skate outfit Hélas — helmed by Lucas Puig, Clement Brunel and Stephen Khou — have joined forces with adidas Skateboarding on an ‘80s-inspired capsule. Swathed in a combo of white and green, the range includes a windbreaker tracksuit, polo, tee, and shorts alongside two custom caps and a special take on the Matchcourt. Pick up all the items, which are available now at adidas Skateboarding locations.

Isetan x UNDERCOVER “LOST YOUTH” Collection

In a joint effort with Japanese department store Isetan, Jun Takahashi’s UNDERCOVER label has created a “LOST YOUTH” capsule collection. The capsule features a graphic coach jacket, long and short-sleeved tees. The pop-up has also made available pieces from UNDERCOVER’s 2017 spring/summer “Portraits in Jazz” collection along with two collaborative porcelain sets by Kutani Seal showcasing UNDERCOVER’s one-eyed Gilapple design. The collection is available now at the pop-up space in Isetan’s Shinjuku flagship in Tokyo until May 14.

Nike “Black Rose” Tech Fleece Collection

Sportswear giant Nike brings back some of its popular Tech Fleece pieces with the “Black Rose” collection. Taking inspiration from the theme of “Victory or Death,” a black rose can be found embroidered on all the pieces. Additional badges such as the Goddess of Victory and Shoe Dog can also be found. Nike’s “Black Rose” Tech Fleece collection is available now at select Nike and Beauty & Youth retail locations in Japan with an extended launch expected to hit North America and Europe this fall.

OFF-WHITE 2017 Fall/Winter Pre-Order

OFF-WHITE fans can now pre-order a diverse batch of apparel and accessories from the brand’s 2017 fall/winter lineup. The extensive offering consists of jackets, sweaters, hoodies, trousers, shorts, caps, bags and belts, as well as iPhone cases. Stand-out pieces include the aviator airbrushed bomber, camo field jacket, Caravaggio sweaters, Peace hoodies, “Industrial” belts and Diag caps. Check out some of the available now for pre-order items above and head over to Antonioli’s official website with prices ranging approximately between $72 USD and $2,253 USD.

Omnidisc x John Elliott “Wanderer” Collection

Los Angeles-based designer John Elliott is teaming up with Miami-based record label, Omnidisc and its founder/curator, Danny Daze for a limited-edition capsule line and underground sound-mix. Together the pair have created a collection and mix that fuses music and fashion together; influenced by travel and experience, “Wanderer” is the result of 10 years in the making. The capsule includes a pullover hoodie, raglan crewneck sweater, T-shirt and oversized sweatpants all branded with Omnidisc’s signature logo. The Omnidisc x John Elliott “Wanderer” collection is exclusively available now over at John Elliott’s online store.

Public School’s MR PORTER Exclusive Capsule

Releasing some exclusive products for MR PORTER is New York City label Public School. The special capsule consists of 10 sportswear-inspired pieces which includes a bomber jacket, hoodies, tops, T-shirts, pants and caps. All crafted from premium materials, the exclusive MR PORTER Public School capsule is available now at MR PORTER.

Stüssy’s x MR PORTER “Made in California” Capsule Collection

Another brand releasing a special capsule with MR PORTER this week is California OG streetwear imprint Stüssy. The “Made in California” capsule includes casual staples such as a coach jacket, Hawaiian rayon shirt, beach pants, shorts and water shorts, and tees boasting West Coast neon graphics. The collection is available now at Stüssy chapter stores and online.

SURF IS DEAD “Stranger Waves” 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

LA-based label SURF IS DEAD unleashes its latest seasonal offerings under “Stranger Waves.” The collection exudes surf culture and this time adds a darker undercurrent to the offering. Comprised mainly of enzyme-washed graphic T-shirts, select pieces from the range also feature custom french terry-constructed silhouettes and branded sweatshirts and hoodies. The collection is available now at SURF IS DEAD’s online store.

uniform experiment 2017 Spring/Summer New Drop

Headed by Hirofumi Kiyonaga, uniform experiment has a few more pieces ready for the summer weather. The release sees a bevy of short-sleeved button-downs, tees and shorts decorated in whites, blues and blacks, and speckled with starry and check patterns. Undershirts and reversible tees with the slogan “Love Is Not Consolation, It Is Light.” The latest pieces are available now at all SOPH. locations.

Levi’s x Supreme 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

Back with another hype collaboration is Supreme, this time working in conjunction with classic brand Levi’s for a fruitful 2017 spring/summer capsule. Offering up some updated classic essentials, the items range from trucker jackets in black, classic blue denim, and white constructed with fleece hoods in white red and camo. Of course the 505 jeans are present with a Supreme logo running down the right front leg. The collection will be available on May 11 in-store at NY, LA, London, and Paris locations as well as online.

Supreme Week 12 Drop List

According to Supreme Leak News, this week’s Supreme drop will include the hyped collaboration with Levi’s, as mentioned above, along with the Barack Obama Anorak and pants. Supreme baseball jerseys, polos, ringer tees and long-sleeved tees will also be made available. Terry cloth towels in red, white and black and camper hats also round out the collection. The collection releases at Supreme NY, LA, London, Paris and online on May 11.

Anti Social Social Club x BAPE 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

After months of teasing, Japanese OG stalwart BAPE confirms its surprise collaboration with Neek Lurk‘s popular imprint, Anti Social Social Club. As one of this year’s so far most-talked about collabs, the lineup includes a much teased Swarovski-adorned camo hoodie that Lil Yachty was caught wearing. Various other camo-printed hoodies, graphic tees and caps round out the collection. BAPE and ASSC fans be aware, the drop will only be happening this Saturday, May 13 at BAPE NYC. Of course, quantities will be extremely limited. Also make sure to check out the Anti Social Social Club x BAPE 2017 spring/summer collection lookbook shot by iconic photographer Kenneth Capello.

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