This week’s list of weekly product drops sees a wide range of offerings; items that fall under more of a street aesthetic category, down to more sportswear-oriented garb. Palace makes up for last week’s absence by releasing an abundance of new items, where Supreme continues its push into outerwear and hats, as well as with footwear, with its collaborative collection with the Vans Sid Pro. In other collaborative efforts, BEAMS joins with Lacoste for an understand collection that makes proper use of fall colors, all the while tying in Lacoste’s crocodile motif.
Key items this week include Supreme’s Champion Satin Varsity Jacket, Cat in the Hat Hoodie and Chain License Plate Frame, the Thames x Fred Perry Halley Stevensons-fabric Tennis Bomber, and YEEZY Supply’s official costume from the Kanye West & Lil Pump I Love It music video.
AAPE BY A BATHING APE x One Piece Collection
Uniting for their third collaboration, AAPE and One Piece join forces to present their latest collection of graphic tees and hoodies. The range boasts a striking red, black and white palette showcasing classic BAPE imagery alongside Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirate crew. Highlight pieces include a split-panel zip-up hoodie with red camo print on one half, and black tonal paneling with Straw Hat Jolly Roger on the other. Rounding out the clothing is a duo of bucket hats.
Where: AAPE Web Store
Seventh Heaven Pre-Fall 2018 Collection
John Ross‘s Seventh Heaven has released a choice selection of outerwear and pullover tops for its Pre-Fall 2018 drop. The assortment of bomber jackets and waffle-knit crewnecks are offered in a trio of black, grey and red color options, all featuring Seventh Heaven branding presented via an intricate, white-outline graphic. The bomber jackets are priced at $325 USD each and the pullovers for $115 USD.
Where: Seventh Heaven Web Store
Kanye West “I Love It” & “Free Hoover” Merch
Just in time for Halloween, Kanye West‘s YEEZY has released official “I Love It” costumes — a duo of-one-size-fits-all tops that mimic the boxy suits ‘Ye and Lil Pump wore in their viral video for “I Love It.” The costumes also include the hip-hop duo’s enormous shoes and necklaces to complete the look. The costume release is offered alongside an “I Love It” T-shirt, as well as a trio of “Free Hoover” items such as a crewneck and hats.
EV BRAVADO “Rumors of War” Collection
New York-based label EV BRAVADO has unveiled its fourth collection titled “Rumors of War.” The Fall 2018 offering sees a range of menswear pieces spanning from statement to staple styles. The first delivery features suiting, signature hoodies, T-shirts, Matrix-esque prints, ultra-distressed denim, tech-inspired prints, harnessed leather pants, tie-dye ’70s cable knits and bell bottoms. The collection’s first drop will be available online for 72 hours.
When: October 7
Where: EV BRAVADO Web Store
Palace Autumn 2018 Collection Drop 8
Back with another week of releases, Palace put together a diverse range of uniquely British streetwear offerings with a greater focus on accessories. Spanning across windbreakers, bombers, hoodies, crewnecks, pullovers, long- and short-sleeve T-shirts and caps, the latest drop sports a heavy array of Palace branding and quirky graphic stylings. Some notable garments include the pattern emblazoned Reversible Sphere Jacket, sporting-inspired PAR T-shirt and unique Realtree Panel Jeans. With the boldly branded Rucksack, Palace “P” Cherub Pendant and outlandish Palance Stein serving as the notable lifestyle items included in the expansive range.
When: October 5
Where: Palace’s Web Store and London/NY Flagships
Supreme Fall/Winter 2018 Drop 7
This week’s Supreme drop is for the colorful fans — that is, all the releases utilize a vibrant color palette spanning from basic shades to satin materials that truly shine. The brand’s Champion collaboration appears once again in a hooded stadium jacket, while the Cat in the Hat collaboration series is finally releasing in hoodies, pants and beanies. Supreme’s in-line leather jacket makes an appearance as well, alongside a hockey-inspired longsleeve jersey and “Big Letters” sweater for the colder days in October. Lastly, the Vans collaboration aims at pleasing the OG Vans heads who may remember the Sid Pro from the mid-90s — choices come in shades of purple, red/orange, black and a spotted camo edition.
When: October 4 and October 6
Where: Supreme Online and Retail Stores in NY, Brooklyn, London, France, and Japan
BEAMS x Lacoste Fall/Winter 2018 Collection
Japanese label BEAMS recently teamed up with Lacoste once again on yet another classic sportswear inspired Fall/Winter 2018 capsule. Continuing many of the themes found in their previous collaboration, stand-out items include a matching stretch corduroy jacket, trousers and cap set in either dark navy or brown, as well as striped Rugby shirts and long-sleeve T-shirts with oversized logos. Other notable pieces include golf-inspired sweatshirts and caps, as well as takes on Lacoste’s signature polo shirt.
Where: BEAMS Official Web Store
Fred Perry x Thames Third Capsule
Coming together once again, Fred Perry and Blondey McCoy‘s Thames put together their third collaborative capsule. Comprised of nine pieces, the special range puts a South-London spin on recognizable Fred Perry staples with elements inspired by customized school uniforms. This time around, Blondey reworks the iconic Fred Perry Shirt with a jacquard argyle design done in a rich blackberry shade. Serving as a contemporary sports-style adaptation, the knit piece features a soft construction complete with concealed zip closure. Notable outerwear pieces include a reworked tennis bomber and a premium quilted jacket constructed of waxed poly/cotton fabric from textile specialists Halley Stevensons.
When: October 5
Where: Fred Perry Official Web Store & Select Retailers