10 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Supreme x Nike x NBA collab isn’t alone.

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The star of this week’s drops roundup is the Supreme x Nike x NBA collaboration, which debuted just a few days ago with Cleveland Cavalier J.R. Smith donning the NBA logo-mania gear. Expect the emblazoned Teams Authentic basketball jerseys, shorts, warm-up jackets and Air Force 1 Mids to dominate the streetwear scene and rack up resell values in the following week, but don’t let them distract from the other Supreme release highlights, which include a Bogo water bottle and aluminum ballpoint pen as well as the return of the 2007 Gonz Logo pieces designed by Mark Gonzales.

Speaking of The Gonz, the OG skateboard legend also teamed up with Dickies Japan on a capsule of graphic-centric goods featuring original sketches. Another illustration-rich release is the Warren Lotas “VEGAS” capsule that pays homage to Nevada’s iconic hotel-casinos, and keeping with the eye-candy theme, Lacoste‘s special edition endangered animals logo polo shirts and Burberry‘s rainbow capsule collection both look back into each respective label’s rich iconography.

On the monochromatic side, we have offerings from Stone Island‘s Spring/Summer 2018 “Ghost” capsule, Kiko Kostadinov‘s Spring/Summer 2018 collection drop, and The North Face Urban Exploration Tyvek Aluminum line for something shinier. The tech-wear category sees C2H4‘s futuristic “ZERO GRAVITY” collection, which is inspired by what chemists traveling to Mars in 2082 would wear, as well as the Junya Watanabe MAN x The North Face hybrid backpack-jackets.

Burberry Rainbow Capsule Collection

Burberry embraces its heritage with a youthful rainbow collection of reissued pieces focusing on a new rainbow check print and an archival “The Burberry’s” logo. This capsule marks a new direction set by Christopher Bailey in his final season as the label’s CCO. The British label’s iconic check pattern is seen on several streetwear-inspired silhouettes — such as towelling sweatshirts, jersey sweatpants, bucket hats and baseball caps — and revamped heritage classics, namely the Garbadine trench coat and Harrington jacket. Also be sure to check out the collection’s interactive lookbook.
When: Available now
Where: Burberry web store

Kiko Kostadinov Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

Bulgarian designer Kiko Kostadinov‘s Spring/Summer 2018 collection has hit the shelves. The ready-to-wear menswear collection takes cues from traditional uniforms and workwear, sporting a color palette consisting of dark monochrome hues and neon lime green. Notable pieces include the burgundy cross front coat, the color block Charriere pullovers and shirts, as well as any of the lime green garments. Kiko Kostadinov also teamed up with ASICS on a collaborative sneaker model that hits the dad shoe trend, even though the designer says he “[doesn't] even know what dad shoe means.”
When: Available now

Warren Lotas “VEGAS” Capsule Collection

Warren Lotas pays tribute to the Las Vegas strip in a new capsule collection titled “VEGAS,” which features streetwear staples emblazoned with riffs of iconic Nevada hotel-casino insignia and Lotas’ sinister design style. Famous US landmarks featured include the Flamingo, Caesars Palace, Golden Nugget and Excalibur, all of which are presented with intricate death-themed graphics. Highlight pieces include the Golden Nugget Gambling hoodie, Las Vegas Don long-sleeve tee and Dual Sword Excalibur sweatpants.
When: Available now
Where: Warren Lotas web store

Mark Gonzales x Dickies Japan Collection

Dickies Japan enlisted skateboard legend and OG Supreme member Mark Gonzales for a collaborative range of graphic-centric garms. Gonz’s signature illustration style is seen on a range of graphic tees, matching workwear shirts and shorts, and a cap. The T-shirts are emblazoned with a variety of colorful graphics, stars, stripes and Dickies logos, all of which center on Gonz’s line drawing doodles and signatures. The workwear shirt and short set features an embroidered “Angel” drawing and “Broken Poems” text on the back.
When: Available now
Where: Dickies Japan web store

C2H4 Spring/Summer 2018 “ZERO GRAVITY” Collection

C2H4 delivered the second drop of its “ZERO GRAVITY” collection for Spring/Summer 2018. This season, designer YiXi envisions what the human population would wear in the year 2082, particularly picturing a group of chemists traveling to Mars. The military- and space suit-inspired gear features functional detailing and materials. Highlight pieces include the boxy reconstructed sleeve hoodie with “gear” pockets, the utility M-65 jacket with a concealed hood and detachable waist bag, the Ozone Generator pullover that features a mini cross-body bag, and the side strap track pants.
When: Available now
Where: HBX

Lacoste “Save Our Species” Polo Collection

Lacoste swapped out its iconic embroidered crocodile logo on the chest area of its polo shirts for a series of the Earth’s most endangered animals for the label’s “Save Our Species” initiative. The special edition logo patches focus on around 10 threatened species — including the Anegada Ground iguana, Sumatran tiger, California condor, Soala and Cao Vit Gibbon — and are produced in limited numbers representing each critter’s population sizes. The Lacoste green crocodile is still on the shirt nonetheless, just at the back. Profits fro the “Save Our Species” collaboration will go towards the IUCN efforts to protect endangered animals.
When: Available now
Where: Lacoste web store

Junya Watanabe MAN Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

Junya Watanabe MAN‘s The North Face and Karrimor pieces display the Japanese label’s dedication to technical craftsmanship, while the Levi’s and Carhartt pieces show the label’s reinterpretation of workwear classics. The highlight piece is the Junya Watanabe MAN x The North Face hybrid backpack-jackets, which are constructed of durable Cordura nylon and technical performance polyester. The rear of the jacket features an integrated backpack modeled after TNF’s Terra 65 hiking pack. The Levi’s collab jeans feature unique patchwork detailing and cotton duck paneling for a special twist on the essential wardrobe garment.
When: Available now
Where: HAVEN

Stone Island Spring/Summer 2018 “Ghost” Capsule

Stone Island has unveiled its Spring/Summer 2018 “Ghost” capsule, which is inspired by the concept of camouflage and manifested in a monochromatic color palette, which also bleeds into the signature Stone Island branding patch for a special take. The range includes jackets, knitwear, pullover shirts, sweatshirts, tees and trousers — all of which are made of premium mixed fabrics. The outerwear garments are made using Stone Island’s renowned Tank Shield fabric featuring multi-layer fusion technology — an advanced process that laminates the performance membrane to the base fabric for improved water resistance and breathability.

When: Available now
Where: Stone Island web store

Supreme Spring/Summer 2018 Drop 3

Supreme Spring/Summer 2018 Drop 3 unsurprisingly focuses on the Supreme x Nike x NBA collaboration, which delivers multi-logo Authentic basketball jerseys, warmup jackets, basketball shorts and Air Force 1 Mid models that collage NBA team logos in true ’90s throwback fashion. Nonetheless, this week’s core Supreme collection releases shouldn’t be overlooked, as it includes highlights like the Gonz logo 6-panel hats and hooded sweatshirts, washed trench coats, Corner Arc polo shirts and heavy-hitting Bogo pieces such as the Sigg travel 0.6-liter water bottle and the Kaweco AL Sport aluminum ballpoint pen. Note that the AF-1 will drop online only in U.S. & Europe on March 8. Everything else will be available in-store at Supreme’s NY, Brooklyn, LA, London, Paris and online. As usual, Japan will see a later release date of March 10.
When: March 8, 11:00 a.m. GMT (for London) and 11:00 a.m. EST (for NYC)
Where: Supreme NYC, LA, European locations and online at Supreme’s web store

The North Face Presents Black Series Aluminium Tyvek Collection

The North Face Urban Exploration‘s Tyvek Aluminum capsule collection is a shiny yet functional four-piece range inspired by industrial and virus-protection units. Each garment is constructed of a lightweight and durable synthetic Dupont material called Tyvek, which is known for its weather-resistant, anti-contamination and anti-radiation properties. The four silhouettes include the Mountain raincoat, McMurdo jacket, Coach Windwall jacket and Denali T-shirt. The Coach Windwall jacket has a waterproof Dryvent cape that’s stored at the back, the water- and wind-proof Mountain raincoat features a respirator mask that’s attached to its adjustable hood and collar.
When: March 9
Where: Berlin and London Urban Exploration stores, and select The North Face retailers worldwide

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