8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Supreme, thisisneverthat, GYAKUSOU, Helmut Lang, Palace and more.

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This installment of our weekly product drops sees the return of Supreme with the second delivery of its Spring/Summer 2019 collection. The rollouts feature eight releases comprised mostly of collaborations and special capsules. Leading the set is Supreme’s Week 2 release and Palace’s Week 3 release, which both offer unique street staples and an assortment of sure to be sought-after accessories.

Nike x GYAKUSOU delivered a functional SS19 collection, while thisisneverthat and New Balance came together to embrace retro styling with a “Physical Fitness Uniform” capsule. Helmut Lang recently tapped New York-based, Russian-American multimedia artist Slava Mogutin for a text-heavy “Logo Hack” collection and  Oakley teamed up with WTAPS for a motocross-inspired range. Rounding things up is Anwar Hadid‘s debut release for his MARTYRE jewelry line and C2H4‘s unique Case#R000 “FM-2030” collection.

Key items this week include Supreme’s Vanson Leathers Ghost Rider Jacket, Nike Gyakusou Transform Jacket, Palace Pro-Tool T-shirt and Helmut Lang’s Logo Hack Mask Crewneck.

Nike x GYAKUSOU Spring/Summer 2019 Collection

Building on his love of running once again, Jun Takahashi recently dropped the SS19 collection of his NikeGYAKUSOU collaborative line.

This time around, outerwear, base layers and tights are dressed in a multitude of logos, prints and runner-friendly details. Shirts, jackets and bottoms feature the sportswear giant’s established functional aspects like body-hugging mesh pockets and breathable panels ensuring comfort in even tropical climates. Rounding up the range is a selection of Zoom Pegasus 35 Turbo runners done in the burgundy, yellow, green and grey tones used throughout the collection.

When: Now
Where: nike.com, NikeLab Locations & select retailers likeLUISAVIAROMA

Helmut Lang “Logo Hack” Spring/Summer 2019 Collection

Moving into ss19, Helmut Lang recently tapped New York-based, Russian-American multimedia artist Slava Mogutin and his director Jan Wandrag for a new collaboration.

The “Logo Hack” collection is comprised of T-shirts, sweaters and sheer nylon tops dressed with retro computer “Helmut Go-Go” and “Stock Boyz,” alongside a “1-833-HELL-YES (1-833-4355-937)” prints. Placement of the graphics presents a questioning of gender norms and stereotypes to go along perfectly with Helmut’s latest unisex Jean offerings.

When: Now
Where: Helmut Lang & select retailers like SSENSE

MARTYRE Debut Collection

Founded by Anwar Hadid and Yoni Laham, MARTYRE is a high-end men’s and women’s jewelry line designed to “capture a timeless new look.”

The first release from the Los Angeles-based brand features an assortment of minimalist necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings, all crafted in .925 silver. Alongside ”MARTYRE” logos, “EVERY SINNER DIES A SAINT” and “PRAY FOR US” are engraved as key phrases across select pieces. Additionally, upon request, 14k gold, rose gold and round-cut diamond options are available to accentuate the intricate metalwork of the new accessory range.

When: Now

Supreme Spring/Summer 2019 Collection Drop 2

Picking up where it left off, Supreme is back with the second drop of its SS19 collection. For Week 2, we have the Supreme x Timberland 2019 3-Eye Classic Lug Shoes, which serve as the first collaboration of the season.

Leading the upcoming drop are the Vanson Leathers Ghost Rider Jackets and Pants done in striking white and bold colorways, accompanied by a Raglan Top that continues the homage to the Marvel character. Other standout streetwear items include the Logo Colorblocked Hooded Sweatshirt, Marble Hooded Sweatshirt, Cloud Arc T-shirt and Blood Lust Mesh Back 5-Panel.

This week’s boldly branded accessories come in the form of Penco Tape Measures and a 20 pack of bright red BAND-AIDs. No word yet on what will serve as the free gift that will come with all in-store and online purchases for Week 2.

When: March 7
Where: Supreme Online & Retail Stores in NY, Brooklyn, London, France & Japan

thisisneverthat x New Balance “Physical Fitness Uniform” Collaboration

thisisneverthat and New Balance recently teamed up for a capsule collection, titled “Physical Fitness Uniform.”

Drawing from late ’90s styling and the early 2000s NB archives for a retro sports look, the special range is comprised of windbreakers, sweaters, T-shirts, pants, shorts, headbands and wrist bands, hats, socks and slides. Centered around Earth-tone cream, black and khaki, the tonal offerings are decorated with co-branding and text-based information prints done in contrasting white and black. Simple grey takes on the New Balance 993 finish up the collaboration.

When: March 8
Where: thisisneverthat & New Balance

Palace Spring 2019 Collection Drop 3

Keeping things going with its Week 3 drop, Palace put together a select delivery of uniquely British streetwear.

Leading the third Spring release is an array of T-shirts dressed with playful graphics that fall in line with the aesthetic of Palace. Notable T-shirts include the Acropalace T-shirt, Pro-Tool T-shirt and Pwlwce T-shirt which all come in bold colors. Other pieces to keep an eye on are the waterproof Duo Jackets, P Sport Hoodie and 3M constructed Deflecto Shot 2 Bags.

When: March 8
Where: Palace

WTAPS x Oakley Collection

Moving into the fashion realm once again, Oakley has teamed up with WTAPS for a motocross-inspired collection.

Comprised of outer shells, T-shirts, pants and sunglasses, the special range is centered around the intersection of function and fashion. Referencing the military aesthetic associated with WTAPS, khaki and black serve as the colors that define the collection.

The team-up is the first time Oakley’s Latch Key frames have been reworked for a collaboration. The WTAPS x Oakley Latch Key sunglasses feature orange polarized lenses, co-branding on the temples and co-ordinates printed on the arms of the sunglasses.

When: March 9
Where: GIP-STOREWTAPS retailers & Oakley Harajuku and Oakley Shinsaibashi flagship locations

C2H4 Case#R000 “FM-2030” Collection

Kicking off its new see-now-buy-now strategy, C2H4 is now gearing up to release its Case#R000 “FM-2030” collection.

Expanding on the Los Angeles label’s offerings, the seasonal range sports attention to functionality expressed via plenty of pull-tabs, zippered compartments and weather resistant fabrics. Garments play with reconstruction, as shirts, jackets and trousers alike crafted from obtuse patterns that interrupt familiar staple pieces with surprising layers and an occasional patchwork panel.

When: March 9
Where: C2H4

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