This installment of our weekly product drops is led by another Stone Island collaboration from Supreme accompanied by the third delivery of its Spring/Summer 2019 collection. The rollouts feature eight releases comprised mostly of collaborations, seasonal collections and special capsules. Between Supreme’s Week 3 release and Palace’s Week 4 release, this week we have a wide array of unique street staples and an assortment of sure to be sought-after accessories.
Vetements and Oakley finally released their outlandish SS19 Runway Spike Sunglasses, ROARGUNS and 3.PARADIS teamed up for their “NO GUNS IN PARADIS” capsule and Vans tapped Yusuke Hanai for a graphic-focused capsule. While the Colmar A.G.E. By Shayne Oliver Part 2 collection continues the HBA founder’s blend of innovation and experimental design with Colmar’s luxury Italian touch. Finally, Aries and Anti Social Social Club put together their SS19 collection just in time for the start of the season.
Key items this week include Supreme’s Meissen Hand-Painted Porcelain Cupid Figurine and Crown Air Freshener, the Vetements x Oakley Runway Spike Sunglasses and the unique assortment accessories from ASSC.
Vetements x Oakley Spring/Summer 2019 Runway Spike Sunglasses
After debuting an Oakley collaboration on its SS19 runway, Vetements‘ spike-adorned sunglasses have officially hit the market. The edgy collection encompasses six different styles across a variety of iridescent-neon colorways, including classic black, blue and orange-tinted frames. Prices for the shades range from £680 GBP up to £790 GBP (approximately $900 USD to $1040 USD).
Yusuke Hanai x Vans Capsule
Vans and Yusuke Hanai join forces again for a surf-inspired capsule collection. The collaboration includes apparel, footwear and accessories that are all earmarked by Hanai’s signature cartoon-like illustrations. Rich shades of red and green provide pops of color against the black and white drawings, which are found on graphic T-shirts, button-down tops, boardshorts and Vans’ Sk8-Hi 138 Decon SF, Authentic SF and Slip-On SF shoe silhouettes. Meanwhile, a trucker hat and beach towel round out the expression of surf gear.
ROARGUNS x 3.PARADIS “NO GUNS IN PARADIS” Capsule
Centered around striking layering pieces, the special range is riddled with signature graphic elements from both brands. The collaborative hoodies and T-shirts come decorated with statement prints and rhinestone patterns. Other items include washed-out straight-leg jeans, a bifurcated military jacket/hoodie and layered trench coat, all rife with prints and external labels. ”NO GUNS IN PARADIS” service caps reinforce the title of the collaboration while continuing the theme of the team up.
Where: Select stockist like River Nagano
Aries Spring/Summer 2019 Collection
Transitioning into its SS19 offerings, Aries recently delivered an expansive range comprised of graphic garments accompanied by suiting and deconstructed wardrobe staples.
Notable items include washed-out denim and bold graphic lettering laden streetwear staples that lend an undeniable youthful edge. With double-breasted blazers and high-waisted trousers expressing a wider focus for the London-based brand. Additionally, Aries’ famed Cerne Abbas Giant print returns on long shorts and button-up shirts to lead the exploration of graphics.
Colmar A.G.E. By Shayne Oliver Part 2
Oliver looked to blend innovation and experimental design with Colmar’s luxury Italian touch. Colmar’s heritage is celebrated with the application of the label’s signature patch on a selection of T-shirts as well as on numerous jackets. Maintaining his stance on genderless fashion, the collection’s color palette and neutral streetwear-inspired functional performance designs are defined by inventive silhouettes and fabrics.
Supreme Spring/Summer 2019 Collection Drop 3
The latest collaboration from the duo is centered around water and wind resistant garments crafted of shiny polyurethane accompanied by more subtle brushed cotton canvas options. Coming light for Drop 3 because of the deep collaborative release, the latest weekly offering is lead by Wolf Fleece Jacket, Warm Up Crewneck and Stack Logo T-shirt.
This week’s boldly branded accessories come in the form of the Meissen Hand-Painted Porcelain Cupid Figurine and Crown Air Freshener. Incredibly, the figurine is reportedly set to be priced at $3,998 which makes it the most expensive item we have seen so far this season.
When: March 14
Where: Supreme Online & Retail Stores in NY, Brooklyn, London, France & Japan
Palace Spring 2019 Collection Drop 4
Back with its Week 4 drop, Palace continued some of the design themes it established last week.
Leading the fourth release is a selection of Pertex P-Sport 1/2 Zip Thinsulate jackets which can be reversed to reveal a subtle all over print. Other playful streetwear cuts include the playful fitness-focused P-Flex Hoodies, branding heavy Jumbo Drop Crewneck and overwashed P-Clip 6-Panel caps. Palace also continued its reflective detail Deflecto range with the Deflecto Tube, 4-Way and Shot 2 Bags.
When: March 15
Anti Social Social Club Spring/Summer 2019 “STRESSED” Collection
This assortment of hoodies, T-shirts, socks and accessories references Anti Social Social Club‘s notorious shipping issues through a bevy of relevant graphics. Phrases such as “Not Fucking Happy” and “STRESSED” — the same name as the SS19 collection — are featured across the styles as quirky design responses to the shipping feedback. The range also showcases the brand’s Jansport backpack collaboration, which has been adorned with graffiti and doodle-style scribbles.
When: March 16 at 8 a.m. PST
Where: Anti Social Social Club