Summer days are quickly running out but new fall essentials and outwear staples are coming in with a force. Last week saw the return of streetwear heavyweight Supreme with the first drop of its 2017 fall/winter collection, seeing masses of people lining up to pick up one of the coveted pieces. To prepare us for the colder weather making its way in, Alexander Wang, Yohji Yamamoto and adidas Originals along with collaborations from Fred Perry with both Thames London and Raf Simons will also be seeing release dates this week. Check out the handful of items that will be dropping in stores throughout the upcoming days.
adidas Originals Boonie Hat EQT
Dedicated in protecting you from the winter weather forces, adidas Originals has created the Boonie Hat EQT. The hat is crafted from synthetic textile materials equipped with a drawstring for extra fit. The hat also comes with a face mask for extra protection from the seasonal drawbacks. The adidas Boonie Hat EQT is available now over at Afew.
Alexander Wang 2017 Fall/Winter Collection
Following his recent team up with adidas Originals, American designer Alexander Wang prepares fans for the colder months with a range of seasonal must-haves. From graphic-heavy short- and long-sleeved shirts and hoodies, the range is available now over at HBX.
Fred Perry x Raf Simons 2017 Fall/Winter Collection
Belgian designer Raf Simons and British label Fred Perry are ready to release their 16th collaborative season together. This time around, Simons remixes Fred Perry’s classic items which includes the brand’s iconic polo shirt. The collection also includes a collection of knitwear and a bomber jacket for the colder months ahead. Select Fred Perry x Raf Simons 2017 fall/winter collection items are available now over at Fred Perry’s web store. Look for the rest of the items to drop soon.
maharishi 2017 Fall/Winter Collection
Back with another collection swathed in camo, British label maharishi has filled its 2017 fall/winter collection with essential goods from long field coats with multiple front pockets to nylon coach jackets with the ubiquitous MILITYPE branding. maharishi’s 2017 fall/winter collection is available now over at maharishi’s official website.
Shirt King Phade x Champion Capsule Collection
Essential favorites Champion have partnered up with graffiti artist Edwin Sacasa, aka Shirt King Phade, on an exclusive capsule. Taking Champion’s signature silhouettes, Phade injects his talent onto the pieces creating works of art. The Shirt King Phade x Champion capsule collection is available now at select retailers such as Foot Action stores and online.
Nordstrom x Hanes T-Shirt Collaboration
Luxury department store Nordstrom has teamed up with Hanes on a massive 106-piece collection featuring the work of various designers, brands, and cultural icons from the likes of Michael Jackson and Coca-Cola to Opening Ceremony and Saturdays NYC. The Nordstrom x Hanes T-shirt collection is available now at the physical “pop-in@Nordstrom” locations and over at Nordstrom’s online store.
The Weeknd 2017 Merch Release #003
This season The Weeknd launches a new round of merch filled with graphic tees, headwear, sweats, and outerwear. In support of his ‘Starboy: Legend of the Fall’ tour, the drop includes 14 new pieces featuring familiar XO themes of past and adding in more contemporary streetwear and high-fashion flavor. The Weeknd’s 2017 #003 merch collection is available now over at the The Weeknd’s online shop.
Yohji Yamamoto x New Era 2017 Spring/Summer Collection
Rounding out the last days of summer are Yohji Yamamoto and frequent collaborator New Era with a range of casual cool essentials. This season’s offerings include two bomber jackets, a pull-over hoodie and tee all emblazoned with the Japanese designer’s signature, along with graphics on the reverse side. Any New Era collaboration would not be complete without a 9FIFTY cap, which for this occasion is offered up in black with the same reverse Yohji Yamamoto signature. The pieces are available now to purchase over at SSENSE’s online store.
Supreme 2017 Fall/Winter Drop 2
After its collaboration with Louis Vuitton, Supreme took a few weeks of rest to finally return in full force for 2017 fall/winter. According to Supreme Hustle, the second batch of items dropping this week will include last week’s in-stores drop of neon pull-over jackets and pants, jeans, graphic tees — including the collab with Nas — and an array of bags and headwear. Accessories will also be included from skatedecks to lighters and keychains. The items will land over at Supreme’s online store on Thursday, August 24 at 11 a.m. EST. Peep the items above.
ARKET’s Inaugural Collection for 2017 Fall/Winter
Conceived by the H&M Group, ARKET look to nordic traditions for its debut collection. The ready-to-wear line boasts a selection of clean staple pieces, with strong outerwear items, helping to perfect that layered look. ARKET’s 2017 fall/winter collection will be available at ARKET’s soon-to-open flagship in London on Friday, August 25.
Thames London x Fred Perry Collaboration
Blondey McCoy’s Thames and legendary British label Fred Perry have teamed up for a street-worthy collaboration. Comprising of a sports jacket, T-shirt and sweater, the capsule of course includes a rework of Fred Perry’s iconic Perry polo shirt. On the accessories side, dual-branded sweatbands and leather tennis shoes are also included. The Thames London x Fred Perry collaboration hits select retailers and Thames’s online store this Friday, August 25.
STASH x BAPE BE@RBRICK Collection
Teaming up once again with both STASH and Medicom Toy, BAPE is set to release a special BE@RBRICK and T-shirt collection. Coming in white, both the BE@RBRICK and shirt feature BAPE’s signature APE head adorned with BE@RBRICK ears. The text logos “Busy Works” and “Transit Authority” along with STASH’s tag are also emblazoned on the items. The STASH x BAPE BE@RBRICK collection will be available this Saturday, August 26 at BAPE retailers.
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