8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Supreme, Palace, COMME des GARÇONS, Places+Faces, CPFM 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 11 release.

Keeping the collaborations coming, Supreme is now back with another team-up with Nike. The latest installment of the longstanding relationship resulted in the Air Max 95 Lux, which reworks the classic footwear silhouette with a premium Italian construction available in “Red,” “Black” or “Blue.”

Aside from Supreme’s FW19 Week 11 Drop, this week we have the apparel and accessories Palace and adidas‘ have prepared for Series A champions, Juventus. Highly-anticipated, the special range comprised of training jerseys, tracksuits, pullovers, special-edition kit and football accessories.

Some notable collabs this week include Professor.E‘s capsule with Tokyo JesusHelmut Lang has tapped Marc Hundley for its artist-based team-up and a Stanley Kubrick-inspired capsule from CLOT and Expert Horror. COMME des GARÇONS and Avi Gold‘s Better™️ Gift Shop has come together on a graphic-filled capsule with Electromagnetic Studios and Cactus Plant Flea Market‘s special hoodie for Kid Cudi‘s upcoming “Entergalactic” album. Rounding up this week’s product drops is Places+Faces latest release comprised of minimalist embroidered sweatsuits.

Tokyo Jesus x Professor.E Capsule Collection

Professor.E has come together with Japanese sculptor, painter, toy designer and neo-Japan character designer T.J.Sayu, better known as Tokyo Jesus on a capsule collection.

The special macabre range is centered around skulls which have served as a trademark of Tokyo Jesus’s creations. A combination of four drafts designs, created and signed by the artist, as well as some classic refined individual pieces have been reimagined with inspiration from Professor.E’s logo and its representative colors of black, gray and burgundy. Standout items include the “Hannya Princess” T-shirt, “Death Hunter” Hoodie, “Shrine” Maiden” Noragi, “The Last Rites” Lab Coat and a set of skeletal-themed dolls.

When: Now
Where: Professor.E

Kid Cudi x Cactus Plant Flea Market Entergalactic Merch

Steadily crafting merchandise for artists, Cactus Plant Flea Market recently teamed up with Kid Cudi on a special hoodie. Available for a limited time only, the special release commemorates Cudi’s upcoming “Entergalactic” album.

Crafted in the USA, the 14 oz. pigment-dyed cotton is marked with an array of puff-printed stars on the chest, back, hood, and sleeves accented by an 8-bit inspired digital font. Text found on the piece includes “Entergalactic” on the chest, “Kid Cudi ‘19” on the left sleeve and “Long Beach” on the right sleeve, while the rear states “Love will guide us all, love will teach us all, love will hurt us all, love will heal us all, love will find us all.” Trigger the glow-in-the-dark printing distills the design found on the rear to express “Guide Teach Hurt Heal Find” which is part of the upcoming album’s message.

When: Now
Where: shop.kidcudi.com

CLOT x Expert Horror Capsule Collection

Paying homage to the works of Stanley Kubrick, CLOT and Expert Horror have crafted a capsule collection centered around iconic movie posters and logos.

The six-piece capsule most notable features hoodies and T-shirts that play on A Clockwork Orange accented by the phrase “Clotwork/Expert Horror’s/An Expert Horror Production ‘CLOTWORK’ for CLOT.” Elsewhere, is a T-shirt with the phrase “Ultra-Violence” and a graphic of the Ludovico Medical Facility from A Clockwork Orange references when Alex is put through aversion therapy tactics of the fictional Ludovico Technique. Lastly, a reference to the film’s Korova Milk Bar becomes a psychedelia-tinged graphic branded with the words “Moloklot Milkbar.”

When: Now
Where: Dover Street Market London

Marc Hundley x Helmut Lang Resort Collection

Back with another artist-based collaboration, Helmut Lang has tapped artist and designer Marc Hundley for a reinterpretation of the brand’s logo for part of its Resort 2020 collection.

As a teenager, Hundley attended a Helmut Lang show in Paris. Using this experience as inspiration for the upcoming collection, Hundley’s nostalgic take on the logo has been applied on short-sleeve T-shirts and hooded sweatshirts, along with a limited run of hand-stenciled trucker jackets and jeans. On the white and black relaxed fit T-shirts and hoodie is the “Helmut Lang Printemps/Été 2020” done in contrasting tones. While the hand-stenciled denim options feature a medium blue wash referencing the label’s denim heritage.

When: Now
Where: Helmut Lang

COMME des GARÇONS x Better™️ Gift Shop Electromagnetic Studios Capsule

COMME des GARÇONS and Avi Gold‘s Better™️ Gift Shop have come together on a new graphic-filled capsule in collaboration with Electromagnetic Studios artist Nick Atkins.

Available in black and grey options, the hoodie and T-shirts included in the concise range are marked with bold blue contrast co-branding and delicate butterfly illustrations. Expressing different species of butterflies, Atkins adds playful haphazardly etched faces on his designs. Rounding up the design of the pieces are danger warning tags that note the threeway collaboration near the hems of the hoodies and T-shirts.

When: Now
Where: Dover Street Market New York, Dover Street Market Los Angeles & cdgcdgcdg.com

Supreme Fall 2019 Collection Week 11

Back with Week 11 of its FW19 collection, the latest drop from Supreme is marked by another collaboration with Nike.

Continuing their longstanding relationship, the New York-based skate brand and sneaker giant have come together to rework another popular Air Max model. Available in “Red,” “Black” or “Blue,” the Nike Air Max 95 Lux reworks the classic footwear silhouette with a premium Italian construction. Decorating the tonal looks are laser perforated “SUPREME” logo side panels, debossed logos at the tongue and heel, gold-foil branding insoles and contrasting black Air-assisted midsoles (all in the black colorway). Rounding up the design of the collaboration are matches tonal laces with metal aglets and a custom engraved metal hangtag done in the shape of Italy.

Notable wearables found in the Drop 11 range include the Iridescent Puffy Jacket, Cotton Field Jacket, Stop Crying Hooded Sweatshirt, Floral Stripe Cardigan and Mindfuck Long-Sleeve Top. Supreme has also prepared a Patchwork Leather bag line which features a duffle bag, backpack and small shoulder bag option. Unfortunately, this week’s release does not feature a boldly branded accessory but a Knit Logo Crusher, Afternoon Camp Cap and beanies round up the Week 11 drop.

When: November 7, Japan Release November 9
Where: Supreme Online & Retail Stores in NY, Brooklyn, San Francisco, London, France & Japan

Places+Faces Minimalist Embroidery Sweatsuit Release

Places+Faces is returning to its simply branded roots with a minimalist embroidered sweatsuit release.

Serving as the latest Fall drop from the UK outfit, the P+F has prepared a concise selection of hoodies sweaters and sweatpants marked with contrast embroidered branding. Lead by a grey selection, the options come in cozy classic constructions complete with ribbed cuffs and hems, drawstring hoods, kangaroo pouches and side pockets. Accompanying the leading grey set is a white hoodie and black hoodie.

When: November 8
Where: Places+Faces

Juventus x Palace x adidas Football Collection

After a reveal during Juventus’ recent fixture against Genoa, Palace and adidas and now gearing up to release the apparel and accessories it’s prepared for the Series A champions.

Inspired by adidas’ kit template from the 2006 World Cup that took place in Germany, the special range is comprised of training jerseys, tracksuits, pullovers, special-edition kit and football accessories. Drawing from classic Juventus release elements, the special-edition kit is dominated by hits of green on the Juventus badge, mismatching sleeves, names, numbers, and the Palace x adidas crest on the right chest. The back expresses the signature black and white stripes with a transfixing gradient that continues on the matching shorts and socks.

Available in black and white, the training top and tracksuit feature the same neon green detailing with Palace branding accompanied by adidas’ Three Stripes insignia and a Jeep logo. The pullover top included in the range follows much of the same branding found on other items and is reminiscent of a goalkeeper’s top. Rounding up the powerhouse collaboration is a co-branded football, beanie, backpack, hats and goalkeeper gloves.

When: November 1, Japan Release November 2, Shanghai Pop-Up November 9-11
Where: adidas, juventus.com, Palace Online & Retail Stores in London, New York, Los Angeles, Japan & Shanghai Pop-Up

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