Supreme’s offering is led by a collaboration with American workwear label Ben Davis which serves as a highlight of key workwear staples like the chore coat, overalls, work shirt, work pants and beanies. This time around, the New York skate label has added its red branding accent to a Butterfly Table Tennis Paddle Set, NITECORE Tini Keychain Light and Post-it Flags. While Palace is coming through with its latest Fall 2019 selection led by Tri-Ferg marked parkas, embroidered hoodies and playful graphic emblazoned T-shirts.
Aside from Supreme’s FW19 Week 3 Drop and Palace’s Fall 2019 Week 5 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 MCA Chicago and Virgil Abloh in form of three “Figures of Speech” T-shirts, A.P.C. and Brain Dead‘s “INTERACTION #3” capsule and a team-up from The North Face Purple Label and Monkey Time. Other notable collaborative efforts come from Sesame Street and BAPE and a Nordstrom exclusive capsule from Matthew Williams‘ 1017 ALYX 9SM label. Rounding up this week’s product drops is Stüssy‘s three new eyegear silhouettes dubbed the Nico, Owen and Logan frames.
Virgil Abloh x MCA Chicago FOS T-Shirts
The black Million Things T-Shirt is centered around hyperbole design, dressed with an “I have a million things to do today” quotation in bright red and orange on the front. With a plethora of vibrant graphics and white typography is applied all over to fill in the empty space. The white T-shirt is marked with a “FOS” logo graphic on the front left chest, with an architectural schematic printed in multicolor on the rear to celebrate the exhibition. While the lime green T-shirt features a similar design, except the front “FOS” logo graphic has been enlarged and centered.
Where: MCA Chicago
Moncler Richard Quinn Collection
Continuing its Moncler Genius project, the Italian label recently released Richard Quinn’s installment of the ambitious creative series.
Recalling the elegance of ’50s and ’60s couture, the women’s collection is defined by maximalist design dominated by bold colors and opulence. Bright patterns are expressed on garments and accessories to be worn together to create a melange of print. Focusing on outerwear, Quinn created a selection of duvet opera coats that come padded and quilted to form surreal, ultra-feminine pieces. Other standouts include printed bodysuits, padded thigh-high boots, slinky dresses and bags.
1017 ALYX 9SM Nordstrom Exclusive Capsule
Dubbed Concept 006, the collaborative range is comprised of items from four categories: leather, signature, technical, and formal. The Leather items come in the form of an all-black leather car coat as well as revisited signature ALYX designs including rollercoaster belts and chest rigs. The Formal category features menswear staples and footwear injected with futuristic detailing. Standout items from the 40-piece capsule include the tactical vest, waterproof jacket and monogram pants, along with the utilitarian-heavy accessories. Various hoodies, sweatpants and T-shirts found in the capsule were created in collaboration with Nike.
Supreme Fall 2019 Collection Week 3
Back with Week 3 of its FW19 collection, the latest drop from Supreme is marked by a collaboration with American workwear label Ben Davis. The team-up resulted in a highlight of key workwear staples like the chore coat, overalls, work shirt, work pants and beanies. Each item comes color-blocked with colors like green, navy, pink and black, while hickory stripes are matched with the orange-colored offerings. The collection is also marked by co-branding in the form of Ben Davis’ “Plenty Tough” gorilla label and Supreme embroidery.
Notable items found in the accompanying Drop 3 range include the Reversible Bandana Fleece Jacket, Nose Bleed Hoodie, Hearts Dyed T-shirt, Chenille Arc Logo T-shirt and Text Rib Sweatpants. This week’s boldly branded accessories come in the form of a Butterfly Table Tennis Racket Set, NITECORE Tini Keychain Light and Post-it Flags.
When: September 12, Japan Release September 14
Where: Supreme Online & Retail Stores in NY, Brooklyn, London, France & Japan
Stüssy Fall 2019 Eyegear Collection
Adding to its accessory range, Stüssy has introduced three new eyegear silhouettes for the new season. Dubbed the Nico, Owen and Logan, the sunglasses models are influenced by the late 1980s and ’90s a time tied with the conception of the famed brand.
The Nico comes from rave culture and is available in black, white and green paired with retro lenses in yellow, clear and a mix of pink and yellow. The Owen styles feature a metal frame finished in silver, gold and dark grey, while lenses are offered in pastel blue, khaki and pink. Finally, the Logan is a squared Wayfarer available in traditional black, tortoiseshell and less common transparent red.
When: September 13
Palace Fall 2019 Collection Week 5
With another week upon us London-based label Palace has revealed the latest drop for its Autumn 2019 collection. Notable items from the Week 5 release include Tri-Ferg marked parkas, embroidered hoodies and playful graphic emblazoned T-shirts. Printed designs include a structure constructed of steel whiskey stones, a personified “P” playing golf, a black panther ripping through the Tri-Ferg logo and a tribute to the Palace of Versailles.
Other standout items include the “ALWAYS ONE STEP AHEAD” knit sweaters, Palace hands button-ups and two-sided long-sleeve rugby polos. Aside from garments, the release will also feature a selection of caps, beanies and patterned side bags decorated with printed Tri-Ferg logos.
When: September 13, Japan Release September 14
Where: Palace Online & Retail Stores in London, New York, Los Angeles & Japan
Monkey Time x The North Face Purple Label Capsule
Celebrating the label’s signature color – purple, the FW19 collection is led by the 65/35 Short Mountain Parka, inspired by a military N-2B coat. The jacket is constructed of an exclusive 65/35 bay headcloth and features contrasting detailing throughout the embroidered TNF logo and hem panel. Other items include the 65/35 climbing pants and long-sleeve T-shirts decorated with a small embroidered pocket motif.
When: September 14
Where: Monkey Time