Supreme’s week 16 offering includes The North Face snake-print collaboration, which spans everything from coach jackets to foldable tents, as well as some worthy Spring/Summer 2018 mainline pieces, like the box logo Zippo lighter restock (originally dropped on week 1) and the SealLine See Pouch (in small and large sizes).
There’s also a handful of football-themed releases in anticipation for the 2018 FIFA world cup, such as Kim Jones x Nike Football collection and the BAPE 2018 Football collection, which ranges from T-shirts, accessories and a football. If you’re looking for more casual street staples, Palace, Dickies for Union LA, PLEASURES and END. x Champion have you covered, as well as Helmut Lang‘s limited edition global taxi collection.
Supreme Spring/Summer 2018 Drop 16
Supreme Spring/Summer 2018 week 16 focuses on the The North Face‘s snake-print collaboration, which includes all-over print packable pieces such as a coach jacket, taped-seam pants, reversible bucket hat, lightweight day-pack, duffle bag and a Stormbreak 3 tent. From the SS18 mainline we have a few apparel hits like the hardware print collared shirt, the bolt basketball jerseys and shorts, and the contrast stitch work jacket, but it seems like the accessories category have the most in-demand products. There’s an added bonus restock of the box logo Zippo lighter from week 1, as well as new releases like the SealLine See Pouches, which are watertight roll-down bags with belt loops and adjustable neck cords.
When: June 7, 11:00 am GMT (for London), 11:00 am EST (for NYC); June 10 for Japan
Where: Supreme NYC, LA, Japan, European locations and online at Supreme’s web store
Palace Summer 2018 Collection Drop 6
Drop 6 of Palace‘s Summer 2018 collection brings back familiar pieces, such as the “Basically A” series T-shirts, Palace Couture hoodies and the Pronto Palace shirts. In addition to the graphic print staples, we have some signature striped shirts and popper polos for some color in the warmer season. The most notable pieces, however, are the cut-and-sew matching Ritual track jacket and shorts, the Retire Flex knit vests and the hologram shell running caps.
When: June 8 (Japan 11:00 a.m. JST; London 11:00 a.m. GMT; New York 11:00 a.m. EST)
Where: Palace’s web store, Japan online store, London flagship and New York store.
Aimé Leon Dore Summer 2018 Capsule Collection
Following up on its SS18 editorial, Aimé Leon Dore is back with another short but sweet delivery of timeless, refined streetwear. The Summer 2018 capsule features a selection of embroidered T-shirts, polos, swim trunks, track pants and accessories, all of which are made of premium, globally-sourced fabrics that are cut and sewn in New York and Canada. Also worth noting is that there will be a restock on the popular tie-dye leisure shoulder bag.
When: June 8, 11 a.m. EDT
Where: Aimé Leon Dore web store and concept shop
Kim Jones x Nike Football Collection
Having recently graced Dover Street Market London with an exclusive release, we now get a closer look at the much anticipated Kim Jones “Football Reimagined” Nike Collection. Informed by Kim Jones’ passion for football and his DIY sensibilities, the collection takes cues from London’s early ‘70s punk scene, interpreted through an athletic perspective. Apart from the standout hybrid sneaker, the collection also encompasses jerseys, track jackets, and shorts. The silhouettes are rendered in a black colorway while the Swoosh branding and the number 11 comes in pops of white or neon. Contrasting materials are also added to the garments creating a tension that references the collection’s punk motifs.
When: June 7
Where: Nike web store and select retailers
PLEASURES Summer 2018 Collection June Drop
Proving its Summer 2018 collection is it’s most detailed and comprehensive to date, PLEASURES recently dropped a set of new streetwear staples and lifestyle goods. Leading its garment offerings is the Goku/Chun-Li Chinatown Market collaborative Fighter T-shirt, Chinese dragon print Hydra Basketball shorts, and the black metal-inspired Lonesome Hat. While the PLEASURES Pencil, Sick and Tired Globe beach ball, and Sex After Death Mints/Toothpick Set marks the label’s expansive direction.
Where: PLEASURES web store
Dickies for Union LA Spring/Summer 2018 Collection
As a follow up to the Dickies Construct line, Chris Gibbs and the infamous workwear label, Dickies, team up once again to deliver a range of carefully selected Dickies pieces exclusive to Union L.A. Tinged in vibrant summer-hues, the collection spans a considered spread of shirts, chinos, jackets, hoodies and T-shirts to name a few. While bold co-branding can be found throughout the collection, a distinctive highlight is the “GET OFF MY DICKIES” print featured in various fonts and placements across a slew of silhouettes. Subtle adjustments to the silhouettes like added tapering, enlarged shirt sizing and raw hems elevate the classic styles. Other details like the altered horseshoe logo and cursive embroidery round out the collection.
Where: Union LA web store
Helmut Lang Limited Edition Global Taxi Collection
Building on its “TAXI” series, Helmut Lang recently launched its latest global taxi initiative. Looking at key cities around the world, the new project comprised of hoodies and T-shirts references Lang’s iconic 1998 taxi advertising campaign. Five distinct logos and colors represent the initiative’s five major cities: New York, Paris, Hong Kong, Tokyo and London. The tonal pieces come emblazoned with a “LIMITED EDITION TAXI” notation on the back and an accompanying “TAXI” print on the front.
When: Now for pre-order
Where: Helmut Lang web store
BAPE 2018 Football Collection
A Bathing Ape joins in on the excitement of the quickly approaching 2018 FIFA World Cup. Comprised of mostly T-shirts, with the exception of a soccer ball, each item has motifs that nod towards the Beautiful Game. In the tees we see the signature BAPE head graphic remade with the panels of a soccer ball, and with a large text graphic displaying “BAPE PERFORMANCE.” The second T-shirt offering sees a more muted front logo, but opts for a larger graphic at the back, displaying a BAPE head transforming into a soccer ball. Lastly, the actual soccer ball mixes A Bathing Ape’s red and blue camo together via the panels and has small, thin text printed across it denoting the years that the brand has been in business — 1993 – 2018. Those who passed on the off-white x Nike “Football, Mon Amour” collection may consider this as an alternative.
When: June 9
Where: BAPE web store and retailers
END. x Champion “Undivided” Collection
END. and Champion join forces for a special collection that takes 15 of Champion’s signature classics and re-works them with the help of END. Titled the “Undivided” collection, the offerings symbolize both brands’ push for diversity and inclusivity. As a clever way to incorporate dual branding throughout, Champion’s iconic “C” logo has been mirrored at the end of the letters “E” and “N,” spelling out “END” across the chest of the reverse weave hoodies, shirts and crewnecks.
When: June 9
Where: END. launches website and retailers
Fear of God Summer 2018 “Clouds” Denim Set
Having just launched the exclusive capsule with Warren Lotas, Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God has released a new delivery of soft goods for the warmer days, dubbed “Clouds”. The concise assemblage focuses on two vibrant denim pieces that reflect the hazy veils of summer clouds. Light-toned colors mix into a range of pastel shades that cover the denim jacket and the matching pair of distressed jeans.
Where: Fear of God web store