8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Supreme, Moncler Genius, Cactus Plant Flea Market, Anti Social Social Club and more.

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With another week, we have another installment of our product drops series this time marked by Supreme‘s Spring/Summer 2019 Week 19 release. This week’s drop is led by a playful collaboration with Cressi. This time around, the New York skate label has added red accents and Box Logo branding to the water sports equipment brand’s Palau mask and snorkel. Aside from Supreme’s Week 19 Drop, this week we have an impressive array of special releases and collaborations that make up a selection of must-have street staples.

Standout collaborations this week come from BEAMSChampion and Japanese artist Yu Nagaba in the form of a Toy Story apparel collection, Stüssy and Cactus Plant Flea Market have put together a July 4th capsule and New Era has tapped Kid Cudi for a special All-Star Cleveland Indians cap. Other notable team-ups come from nana-nana, Katsuhiro Otomo‘s AKIRA ART WALL PROJECT and collage artist Kosuke Kawamura and British designer Simone Rocha‘s installment in the Moncler Genius Project. Finally, Louis Vuitton has released the Virgil Abloh-designed “LV Rainbow Square” and “LV Rainbow Pilot” Sunglasses and Anti Social Social Club has prepped its Fall/Winter 2019  “Still Stressed” collection. 

Key items this week include Supreme’s Cressi Palau mask, Kid Cudi’s Cleveland Indians Cap, Champion x BEAMS x Yu Nagaba x Disney Pixar Toy Story T-shirts and the LV Rainbow Square Sunglasses.

Champion x BEAMS x Yu Nagaba x Disney Pixar Toy Story Collection

Taking part in celebrating Pixar Animation Studios’ “The Science Behind Pixar” exhibition, BEAMS, Champion and Japanese artist Yu Nagaba have come together on a Toy Story apparel collection.

Utilizing Champion’s classic reverse weave sweatshirts and premium T-shirts, the special range is comprised of six pieces in total. Available in grey, black and white, “WOODY” and “BUZZ” are emblazoned on the front of the pullovers in a collegiate font that expresses hues tied to the characters. A “PIXAR” logo sweatshirt is also included but is only available at the BEAMS Roppongi Hills store. All three pieces arrive with a stitched Champion emblem badge on the left sleeve while character badges appear on the right. Finally, artist Yu Nagaba’s playful renditions of Woody and Buzz are found on the set of T-shirts that round up the collection.

When: Now
Where: BEAMS

Simone Rocha Moncler Genius Collection

Continuing its revolutionary Moncler Genius Project, the Italian label has released its latest ambitious range imagined by British designer Simone Rocha.

Utilizing the expansive fabric and textile reserve of Moncler, the collection builds on Rocha’s floral, delicate style, mixing it with a wildly experimental element by introducing complex knitwear patterns, fitted, pearl-laced hoods and asymmetric duvet fits. The feminine expression of function-over-form taps into elements of uniforming found in the Girl Guides and looks to redefine concepts of protection. Notable expressions include puffer capes, wearable structures and apparel habitats that define Rocha’s part in the Genius Project.

When: Now
Where: Moncler, HBX & SSENSE

Louis Vuitton “LV Rainbow” Sunglasses

This season Virgil Abloh and Louis Vuitton have put together a selection of LV Rainbow eyewear. A variety of vibrant hues have been used to increase two new silhouettes dubbed the “LV Rainbow Square” and “LV Rainbow Pilot.”

The rectangular LV Rainbow Square frames arrive in black, camel, red and yellow and the LV Rainbow Pilot aviator frames come in crystal, blue and orange. Finishing up the design of the frames, “Louis Vuitton” branding is marked on the left corner of the lenses in a cursive font, while the iconic “LV” monogram is found on the temples.

When: Now
Where: Louis Vuitton

Stüssy x Cactus Plant Flea Market for DSMLA July 4 Capsule

To mark this year’s July 4th celebrations, Stüssy and Cactus Plant Flea Market have crafted a collaborative capsule comprised of a wide array of summer-friendly bottoms and graphic shirts.

CPFM’s signature puff-print imagery lead by doubled-up smiley faces are applied on short- and long-sleeved T-shirts accompanied by iconic Stüssy logos and motifs. Other notable items include upcycled vintage Stüssy jeans and swim trunks, each hand-painted with the American flag’s Stars and Stripes.

When: July 4
Where: Dover Street Market LAStüssy

Supreme Spring/Summer 2019 Collection Drop 19

Pushing its latest SS19 release back to Friday to make way for July 4th celebrations, Supreme has put together an accessory filled Drop 19. Spotlighted earlier this week, this week’s release is led by a playful collaboration with Cressi. The water sports equipment brand’s popular hypoallergenic silicone Palau mask and snorkel have been upgraded with red accents and Box Logo branding.

Notable items found in the accompanying Drop 19 range include the pattern-heavy Patchwork Paisley T-shirt, plush Terry Pocket T-shirt, Summer-ready Signature Script Logo Water Short and branding heavy Jacquard Script 6-Panel Hat. Other accessories come in the form of 0.75 oz Dardevle Fishing Lures, branded Running Waist Bags and Power Drill Pins in a variety of color options.

When: July 5
Where: Supreme Online & Retail Stores in NY, Brooklyn, London, France & Japan

Anti Social Social Club Fall/Winter 2019 “Still Stressed” Collection

Anti Social Social Club is back with its Fall/Winter 2019 collection filled with familiar and new evocative graphics. Titled “Still Stressed,” the collection of streetwear staples marks the expansion of the popular label with its newest full range.

As usual, a mix of bold pastels and Earthy tones serves as the base on the hoodies and T-shirts. Some notable items found in the collection include T-shirts marked with new prints like a sashimi photo with the phrase “Always and Forever,” a UPS truck tee graphic and a retro cell phone photo.

When: July 6
Where: Anti Social Social Club

Kid Cudi x New Era Launch Cleveland Indians All-Star Cap

Since linking with Cactus Plant Flea Market and announcing a collection with adidas, Kid Cudi’s collaborations continue to roll in as New Era becomes the latest brand to tap the rapper for a partnership that hits close to home. The headwear company announced today a special Cleveland Indians All-Star 59FIFTY® cap designed with the musician, both reflecting his birthplace and aligning with the upcoming MLB All-Star Game set to take place in the Ohio hub.

A “dripping” red variation of the Cleveland Indians’ logo is patched onto the front of the hat, which is offered in navy blue to reflect the team’s colors. Kid Cudi’s moniker comes into play on the back, embroidered in white and placed underneath another bright red “C” emblem. The 2019 MLB All-Star game is reflected on the side as the final point of Cleveland branding, rounding it off.

When: July 6
Where: XHIBITION, New Era, kidcudi.commlb.com

nana-nana x AKIRA ART WALL PROJECT Bag Capsule

nana-nana has put together a range of Katsuhiro Otomo‘s Akira bags to accompany its upcoming exhibition with Kosuke Kawamura in the Los Angeles

The artistic reworks of its line of PVC accessories help mark the label’s 12th anniversary and heavily features scenes taken from the AKIRA ART WALL PROJECT. The capsule includes six colorful PVC bags adorned with Akira artwork, as well as an iPhone X phone case and two nana-nana B6 bags designed by Kosuke Kawamura. The B6 bags utilize Kawamura’s go-to collage art form and feature a striking utilitarian graphic print.
When: July 6
Where: “AKIRA ART  WALL PROJECT” × nana-nana & Kosuke Kawamura Exhibition

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