8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Supreme, Palace, Stone Island, Noah, Fucking Awesome and more.

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With another week up, we now have a new installment of our product drops series, this time marked by Supreme‘s Fall/Winter 2019 Week 7 release.

Supreme’s offering is led by an anticipated collaboration with Vans and a selection of graphic T-shirts for the season. The latest team-up with Vans resulted in a trio of SK8-Hi Pros decorated with a leather Jazz Stripe and a “Fuck The World” graphic embroidered on the lateral collar, taken from a long-sleeve T-shirt found in Supreme’s SS14 collection. Supreme is also set to drop nine FW19 graphic T-shirts, led by The Cheese T-shirt, Bible T-shirt, and Inc. T-shirt in a bold array of colors.

Aside from Supreme’s FW19 Week 7 Drop, this week we have Palace‘s diverse Winter 2019 Week 2 release, an impressive array of special releases and collaborations that make up a selection of must-have street staples.

Some hard-to-miss collaborations this week include Fucking Awesome‘s capsule with Japanese label have a good time and NOAH “Oysterman Mascot” capsule in support of the Billion Oyster Project. Exclusives come in the form of  SOPHNET.‘s 20th-anniversary team-up with END. and Timex and Stone Island‘s pink-tinged release for MR PORTER. Rounding up this week’s product drops is Blondey McCoy‘s inaugural THAMES MMXX collection and ALICE LAWRANCE‘s expansive FW19 offering.

THAMES MMXX Fall/Winter 2019 Collection

After weeks of teasing, Blondey McCoy has reintroduced his Thames London label as the freshly-monikered THAMES MMXX skate label following his amicable part from longtime sponsor Palace.

Titled “Boarders,” the inaugural FW19 collection from the label is inspired by the British skater/model/artist’s old school uniform and features a selection of sweaters, hoodies, T-shirts and socks. But the standout item has to be the knit sweater defined by striking red trim, embroidered Thames crown logo and nine merit badge-shaped pins.  Rounding up the range is an array of decks emblazoned with the same graphics found on T-shirts and accented by grip tape accented by a print of London’s Palace of Westminster.

When: Now
Where: THAMES MMXX

END. x SOPHNET. x Timex MK1 Military Watch

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, SOPHNET. has teamed up with END. and Timex on a military-style MK1 watch. The pared-down timepiece option is based on a MIL-SPEC design from the ’80s which is defined by its rugged, simple to read, and reliable design.

The three-way collaboration features a black aluminum case, acrylic glass, and a Japanese quartz movement. SOPH. x Timex branding lands on the dial in a choice of white or black, while SOPH. x END. branding arrives at the back of the case.

When: Now
Where: END.

ALICE LAWRANCE Fall/Winter 2019 Collection

Returning for FW19, ALICE LAWRANCE has put together a new collection of reimagined classic silhouettes. Playfully dubbed “I DRESS BETTER THAN YOUR BOYFRIEND,” the range serves as the most expansive offering from the post-streetwear label.

The collection led by outerwear options like the ALIEN 310 HOODED PADDING JACKET 2.0: Love Will Tear Us Apart which features a subtle Joy Division embroidered detail, retro sportswear-inspired LOVE WILL TEAR US APART RAPTOR ANORAK and contrast design TIM THE HYBRID TRUCKER JACKET. Accompanying the diverse outerwear is a selection of shrink resistant, durable reverse weave hoodies and crewneck sweaters which utilize and builds on motifs and iconography already tied to ALICE LAWRANCE.

Followed by a selection of uniquely functional bottoms in the form of ultra convertible ALL-CONDITIONS TROUSERS and the high visibility LIGHT REFLECTIVE STRIPES TROUSERS. Rounding up the collection is a lineup of headwear and an earring and bracelet offering crafted of raw 0.925 silver.

When: Now
Where: ALICE LAWRANCE

MR PORTER x Stone Island Spring/Summer 2020 Capsule Collection

MR PORTER and Stone Island have come together for another exclusive release for SS20. The nine-piece range is centered around outerwear, knitwear and trousers crafted of the iconic Italian outerwear label’s innovative fabrics.

Coming in colorways of “Blush Pink,” “Charcoal” and “Cream,” the range features the Japanese David-TC textile which has been garment-dyed to guarantee softness and heat-compressed to give it an anti-drop and water-resistant coating. The collection is comprised of a faux-shearling trimmed parka with a detachable liner and the cream and charcoal roll-neck sweater, knitted jumpers and cargo trousers complete with Stone Island’s compass logo.

When: Now
Where: MR PORTER

have a good time x Fucking Awesome Capsule

Continuing its visual focus, Fucking Awesome is back with a new capsule with Japanese label have a good time.

Coming together on a concise collection, the selection of streetwear essential comes dressed with an array of evocative graphics from Jason Dill and the group of Tokyo graffiti artists behind have a good time. Leading the special range is a hoodie marked with a graffiti take on the Fucking Awesome logo and a collage style back print. Other items include a vintage wash denim jacket and a duo of T-shirts emblazoned with the visuals found on the hoodie and a playful repurposed graphic.

When: October 9
Where: Fucking Awesome

NOAH Oysterman Mascot Capsule Collection

Adding to its series of advocacy efforts, NOAH has put together its “Oysterman Mascot” capsule in support of the Billion Oyster Project, an environmental non-profit committed to restoring one billion oysters to New York Harbor by 2035.

The special range is comprised of a crewneck sweatshirt and yellow, green and T-shirts featuring the “Oysterman” on the front. Other items include a hat in yellow and navy blue colorways with complementary “NOAH” logos embroidered on the back, reusable bottle, cup and tote bag are similarly branded with the mascot. All proceeds from the collection will benefit the Billion Oyster Project

When: October 10
Where: NOAH

Supreme Fall 2019 Collection Week 7

Back with Week 7 of its FW19 collection, the latest drop from Supreme is marked by an anticipated collaboration with Vans and a selection of graphic T-shirts for the season.

The latest team-up with Vans resulted in a trio of SK8-Hi Pros done in elegant “Black,” a sporty “Navy/Yellow” and a classic “Checkerboard/Cream.” Each pair is constructed of a mixture of canvas and suede with contrast white stitching, a leather liner and shock-absorbent footbed. Decoration on the shoes comes in the form of a leather Jazz Stripe and a “Fuck The World” graphic embroidered on the lateral collar, taken from a long-sleeve T-shirt found in Supreme’s SS14 collection. Rounding up the look of the collaboration is a clean white midsole, red heel badge and signature vulcanized gum outsole. Supreme is also set to drop nine FW19 graphic T-shirts, led by The Cheese T-shirt, Bible T-shirt, and Inc. T-shirt in a bold array of colors.

Notable items found in the accompanying Drop 7 range include the Makah Zip-Up Jacket, Piping Crewneck, Batik Print Rayon Shirt, Textured Stripe Polo, Painter Pant, Corduroy Skate Pant and Big Logo Beanie. This week’s boldly branded accessories come in the form of a Chapman Screwdriver Set and Kent Military Hairbrush in both black and red colorways.

When: October 10, Japan Release October 12
Where: Supreme Online & Retail Stores in NY, Brooklyn, London, France & Japan

Palace Skateboards Winter 2019 Week 2

Following its inaugural Winter 2019 release, Palace has prepped another diverse selection from its latest seasonal collection. Leading the Week 2 drop is the previously revealed Reebok JK Workout Mid collab Reacto Puffer Jacket, Linear Triple Fade Tri-Ferg Hoodies and Round House to Da Face Sweater.

The large Tri-Ferg marked sweaters will come in black, navy, blue and white with the familiar branding done in gradient color schemes. The London-based label also prepared some layering items which come in the form of light zippered and checkered Quacked Shirt Jackets, simple Sofar Hoodies, high neck Zip Crew Pullovers, Specsavers Longsleeve Polos, an array of Palace marked Sideline T-shirts and matching Sofar Joggers. Rounding up the Week 2 selection are some Palace branding marked beanies coming in a series of fresh colors.

When: October 11, Japan Release October 12
Where: Palace Online & Retail Stores in London, New York, Los Angeles & Japan

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