After taking a break from major collaborations, Supreme is now back with a duo of team-ups alongside Levi’s and Clarks Originals. The result of the collab with the famed America denim brand are nylon takes on the Trucker Jacket, Workwear Pants and Bell Hat featuring “Supreme” embroidery, and Levi’s iconic “Red Tab” label and natural leather jacron. The Clarks collab sees the classic Wallabee updated with a water and stain-resistant hybrid GORE-TEX suede and rugged Vibram sole unit.
Aside from Supreme’s FW19 Week 9 Drop, this week we have Palace‘s diverse Winter 2019 Week 4 release, an impressive array of special rollouts and collaborations that make up a selection of must-have street staples.
Some notable collabs this week include thisisneverthat and GORE-TEX‘s capsule of highly weatherized goods and a vintage military wear-inspired range from HUMAN MADE and WTAPS. But the most standout collaboration this week comes from BAPE and MCM which comes in the form of a capsule comprised of streetwear essentials and luxe leather goods. maharishi‘s “Technical” collection and Holiday 2019 releases from Stüssy and UNDEFEATED round up everything else this week.
maharishi Fall/Winter 2019 “Technical” Collection
Continuing to deliver FW19 releases, maharishi is back with a new collection of function-driven wares that showcase its dedication toward creating environmentally-conscious and innovative pieces.
The latest range is comprised of utility vests, sweatshirts, shirts, track tops, long-sleeve T-shirts and cargo pants constructed of weather-resistant Japanese nylon. The functional fabric used is colored using a vegetable dye and paired with a water-repellent cotton/nylon ripstop textile created with Italian mill Majocchi. Rounding up the selection are holster bags, waist bags, bucket hats and barboutas (a hybrid balaclava/headband/neck gaiter) all marked with high-spec detailing like 3M reflective branding, waterproof seam-sealing and zip pockets with water-repellent closures.
GORE-TEX x thisisneverthat Fall/Winter 2019 Collection
Back with another collaboration, thisisneverthat recently tapped GORE-TEX for a range of highly weatherized goods. The capsule is centered around an array of insulated jackets, fleece zip-ups, pants, a vest and a pair of gloves, all lined with breathable, waterproof textiles.
Drawing from retro ’90s outdoor apparel, the all-weather ready items feature bold multi-panel constructions utilizing GORE-TEX’s new INFINIUM technology. The new technology ensures each piece is lightweight and features a protective outer layer that forces water to bead up and roll off. The entire range is finished off with “thisisneverthat” and “GORE-TEX INFINIUM™” co-branding.
Supreme Fall 2019 Collection Week 9
Continuing their longstanding relationship, the New York-based skate brand and Levi’s execute a capsule centered around signature workwear staples re-worked in nylon material. Available in “Yellow”, “Black” and “Desert Camouflage,” the three-piece collection comprises of the Nylon Trucker Jacket, Nylon Pant and Nylon Bell Hat detailed with “Supreme” embroidery, and Levi’s iconic “Red Tab” label and natural leather jacron.
Also coming together once again, Clarks and Supreme have prepared a new take on the Wallabee constructed of a water and stain-resistant hybrid GORE-TEX suede. The collective is available in regal “Purple,” traditional “Tan,” classic “Camouflage” and bold “Black,” decorated simply with GORE-TEX tags on the collar and a debossed Supreme hit on the lateral heel. Finally, elevating the shoes is a rugged durable Vibram rubber sole unit, custom hangtags and logo-stamped leather footbeds.
Notable wearables found in the Drop 9 range include the Team Varsity Jacket, Micro Logo Hooded Sweatshirt, Supreme Is Love Sweater, Crossover Hockey Jersey, Wool S Logo 6-Panel and Raised Patent Logo Beanie. This week’s boldly branded accessory comes in the form of a Baccarat Dom Pérignon Flute Set accompanied by the Supreme Is Love Decks.
When: October 24, Japan Release October 26
Where: Supreme Online & Retail Stores in NY, Brooklyn, London, France & Japan
Stüssy Holiday 2019 Collection Drop 1
Moving into its Holiday 2019 collection, Stüssy has prepared a cozy assortment of goods marked by patterns like plaids, stripes, and tie-dye.
Styles dominating the seasonal range include sweatshirts printed with Stüssy insignia, crewneck sweaters emblazoned with an “S” logo and sherpa fleeces with contrast pocket details. Elevating the range are bold patchwork scarves, plaid yellow pants and candy cane-striped zippered shirts. Rounding things up is a selection of beanies that serve as optimal layering pieces to accessorize looks.
When: October 25
UNDEFEATED Holiday 2019 Collection
For the Holiday 2019 season, UNDEFEATED has prepped a wide array of graphic goods and tech-infused streetwear staples.
Spotlighted in a lookbook featuring Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters, the collection is comprised of Thermolite-lined parkas, embroidered hoodies, graphic T-shirts, Polartec gloves, sling bags and more. The latest release also features a selection of lifestyle goods like a branded coffee mug, scented candle and branded blanket.
When: October 25
Palace Skateboards Winter 2019 Week 4
Continuing its Winter 2019 releases, Palace has prepped another diverse selection from its latest seasonal collection. Leading the Week 4 drop is the Matrix-influenced “3000” graphic Puffa Jackets and matching track pants, “Duck Out” Hoodies and Tri-Ferg marked “Pair of Hippies” long-sleeve T-shirts.
The “3000” graphic Puffa Jackets are available in red, blue and white contrast colorways. The London-based label also prepared sportswear-inspired piping hoodies, embroidered knit sweaters, understated T-shirts with minimal Tri-Ferg branding and different colored “Sidewinder” tracksuits. Rounding up the Week 4 selection are offerings of headwear comprised of caps and beanies.
When: October 25, Japan Release October 26
Where: Palace Online & Retail Stores in London, New York, Los Angeles & Japan
HUMAN MADE x WTAPS 2019 Capsule
Comprised of a flight jacket, hoodies, slub T-shirts, a hat and a field jacket, the olive-colored items are marked with vibrant illustrations that mimick the custom motifs often found on military garments. A standout is the M65 Field Jacket which features a four-pocket boxy fit emblazoned with “HUMAN MADE” branding above the left pocket, a “WTAPS” patch below and a detailed embroidered motif of a flying walrus and a winged dog accompanied by “FUTURISTIC TEENAGERS” and “HUMAN MADE” markings. Other notables include graphic slub T-shirts defined by an asymmetrical weaving pattern and reinforced collars with a special Oyako binding technique that prevents fraying and stretching.
When: October 26