8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Supreme, Off-White™, BAPE, Palace and more.

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The latest installment of our product drops series is rich with headline-worthy drops, anchored by Supreme‘s Fall/Winter 2019 Week 15 release.

More collaborations are on hand this week, as Supreme and hip-hop duo dead prez come together for a capsule influenced by the duo’s debut album Let’s Get Free. Album artwork is emblazoned on a concise selection of streetwear essentials like quilted work jackets, hoodies, sweatpants, T-shirts, five-panel caps and a bandana. This week, Supreme is also releasing its previously teased custom-crafted Knoll International Wassily Chair.

Aside from Supreme’s new selection of goods, Drop 2 of Palace‘s ULTIMO 2019 collection is rolling out, offering an impressive array of special rollouts and collaborations that make up a selection of must-have street staples.

Some more notable collabs this week include a psychedelic ’70s capsule from  SAINTWOODS and creative studio Bone Soda, Off-White™‘s latest team-ups with both Futura and Theophilus London and Gimme Five‘s  Bee Gees-inspired capsule. Other standout collaborations come in the form of a BAPE and Levi’s Type III Trucker Jacket and Takashi Murakami‘s PORTER Black TANKER Series. Rounding up this week’s releases is the Fall/Winter 2019 collection from Nepenthes New York sub-label RANDT.

SAINTWOODS x Bone Soda Capsule Collection

Coming together on a dual appreciation for ’70s culture, Montreal-based imprint SAINTWOODS has teamed up with creative studio and record label Bone Soda on a psychedelic rock-inspired capsule collection.

Comprised of a hoodie and T-shirts, the collaborative items are marked by bold graphic prints that repurpose elements of surf merchandise, camper vans and band T-shirts of years gone by. A standout is the “BEWARE OF SNAKES” hoodie which features co-branding a textured psychedelic graphic emblazoned on the rear. Another highlight is the off white “Tour” T-shirt that boasts a print of an anthropomorphic mushroom holding up a peace sign in a camper van.

When: Now
Where: LN-CC

RANDT Fall/Winter 2019 Collection

Returning for Fall/Winter 2019, Nepenthes New York imprint RANDT has put together an expansive range full of cold-weather layers alongside items laden with bright prints.

Leading the collection are a set of beige and navy corduroy suits defined by slouchy three-pocket blazers paired with matching pants, executed in a cropped cut for exaggerated proportions. Elsewhere, the olive M43 Liner Jacket is marked by a muted nylon shell noted for its durability. Other notable items includes an elongated shirt printed with imagery from Georges Seurat’s Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte with a band collar and casual essentials like long-sleeves and hoodies.

When: Now
Where: Nepenthes

Off-White™ Futura Carpenter/Chino Pants & Theophilus London Boots

Virgil Abloh‘s Off-White™ serves up another round of collaborative goods with Futura and Theophilus London. Both of the c/o Futura Carpenters Pants and Chino Pants are marked with paint splatter and graphics associated with the artist, underlining the joint effort. The five-pocket style bottoms also come marked with arrow branding and feature a relaxed fit for effortless comfort.

The Off-White™ c/o Theophilus London “LIFE’S WORK” Boots are inspired by the artist’s personal style and marked the “Bebey” illustration tied to his upcoming album. Constructed of premium black leather, the contemporary cowboy boot features “LIFE’s WORK” on the side, a double buckle at the ankle marked by heart star-shaped studs and silver-toned chains with €2 EUR pendant coins. Finishing up the design of the footwear option is Off-White™ logos and Theophilus London signature carved into the heel.

When: Now
Where: Off-White™

Gimme Five Disco T-Shirt Collection

Back with another unique offering, Michael Kopelman‘s legendary London-based cultural imprint Gimme Five took inspiration from the Bee Gees for its latest capsule collection.

Comprised of short-sleeve and long-sleeve T-shirts, the offerings are marked by graphics associated with the Bee Gees’ hit 1977 singles “Stayin’ Alive” and “Night Fever.” Elsewhere, a production-inspired T-shirt sports co-branding from both the Bee Gees and Gimme Five on both the front and back. Rounding up the range are two T-shirts sport a dancefloor-influenced graphic that reworks the Gimme Five moniker, while another introduces the Jim Henson creations Bert, Ernie and the Cookie Monster in Sesame Street Fever.

When: Now
Where: Couverture and the Garbstore

BAPE x Levi’s Fall/Winter 2019

BAPE and Levi’s have rejoined for the cold weather season, introducing a capsule centered around the classic Type III Trucker Jacket, which debuted back in 1967.

For the team-up, the iconic jacket has been reimagined with a zipper running down the entirety of the back, allowing the two colorways found in the capsule to be mixed and matched. The limited-edition Dubai-exclusive iteration is crafted from 12-ounce indigo denim and features screen-printed Levi’s insignias and “stitching” that recreates BAPE’s famous camo print, while the 13-oz. black twill jacket is lined with BAPE’s ubiquitous camo print in black, white, red, and green, to represent the United Arab Emirates’ flag. A co-branded T-shirt completes the capsule, boasting adornments that match the jackets.

When: December 5-7
Where: Sole DXB

Supreme Fall 2019 Collection Week 15

Back with Week 15 of its FW19 collection, the latest drop from Supreme is marked by a collaboration with hip-hop duo dead prez.

The team-up is centered around the duo’s debut album Let’s Get Free, which helped them gain international attention, with lyrical themes that touch on social issues like racism, inequality, police injustice, corporate manipulation and the school-to-prison pipeline. Even today, Let’s Get Free is still regarded as one of the most radical albums in rap history. The selection of streetwear essentials like quilted work jackets, hoodies, sweatpants, T-shirts, five-panel caps and a bandana are marked by artwork from dead prez’s Let’s Get Free and Revolutionary But Gangsta album.

Other notable wearables found in the accompanying Drop 15 range include the Spellout N-3B Parka, Polartec® Half Zip Pullover, Polartec® Pants and Micro Stripe Mock Neck. Although this week does not feature any of the New York label’s boldly-branded accessories, Supreme has prepped a Knoll International Wassily Chair crafted with a Spinneybeck hide leather with leopard print and logos.

When: December 5, Japan Release December 7
Where: Supreme Online & Retail Stores in NY, Brooklyn, San Francisco, London, France & Japan

Takashi Murakami x PORTER Black TANKER Series

Following their Olive TANKER collection, Takashi Murakami and PORTER have reunited for a new TANKER series for the Holiday season. The latest collaboration once again utilizes the KaiKai KiKi sunflower character across three silhouettes — the 2WAY HELMET BAG, WAIST BAG, and RUCK SACK.

Varying in sizes, the stuffed KaiKai KiKi flower appears on the RUCK SACK three times, twice on the 2WAY HELMET BAG, and once on the WAIST BAG; each one of the characters feature rectangular PORTER label branding, and are detachable.

When: December 6
Where: Yoshida & Co.

Palace Skateboards ULTIMO 2019 Week 2

Continuing the release of its ULTIMO 2019 collection, Palace has now readied the second release of its fan-favorite range. Leading the Week 2 drop are warmer layering options like the Polartec Lazer Hoodie and matching pants, Sofar Hoodie and Liner Longsleeve.

The British skatewear label has also put together an array of Tri-Ferg-emblazoned Side Ferg T-Shirts in a selection of colors and tones, bolstered by headwear offerings like the Trim Beanie, Pertex Loft Bucket Hat, Alpine Beanie, Metal P 6-Panel Cap and Warm Ting Fleece 6-Panel Cap.

When: December 6, Japanese Release December 7
Where: Palace Online & Retail Stores in London, New York, Los Angeles & Japan

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