Supreme’s offering is led by a collaboration with iconic American rock band The Velvet Underground, comprised of hoodies, rayon shirts and T-shirts which come decorated with original artwork from the band’s discography and subtle Supreme branding. This time around, the New York skate label added its branding accent to a Stanley 20 oz. Vacuum Insulated Bottle, available in both black and red colorways. While Palace is coming through with its latest Fall 2019 selection led by a duo of hooded bomber jackets decorated with a futuristic back logo and similarly dressed hoodies, windbreakers with matching bottoms and Tri-Ferg marked sweaters.
Aside from Supreme’s FW19 Week 4 Drop and Palace’s Fall 2019 Week 6 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 CELINE and Canadian artist Shawn Kuruneru for the label’s “Artistic Project” initiative, “Artycapucines” scarves from Louis Vuitton and contemporary American artist Jonas Wood and the “Skull” Jacket from Palm Angels and BBC ICECREAM. Other notable releases include the reissue of The North Face‘s’95 Retro Denali Fleece and the initial delivery of Y-3‘s “contrast and duality”-themed FW19 collection. Rounding up this week’s product drops is Verdy has prepared the latest seasonal release for his Girls Don’t Cry line.
Shawn Kuruneru x CELINE Capsule Collection
This time around, Kuruneru has added his signature traditional Chinese calligraphy and Western comic style to everything from tech accessories to T-shirts. The two-tone artwork expresses both geometric and free-flowing sensibilities that offer a subtle nod to the design tropes of the Bauhaus movement. Accenting the minimalist designs of Artistic, Creative and Image Director Hedi Slimane, the capsule features a denim jacket, sweatshirt, T-shirt, Triomphe Mid sneakers, wallets and an iPhone case.
The North Face ‘95 Retro Denali Fleece Reissue
Digging into its archives, The North Face recently reissued its famed 1995 Denali Jacket. Originally introduced in 1988, the ‘95 iteration of the outerwear item has become a lauded item for urban explorers and outdoor enthusiasts alike thanks to its bold colors and technical fleece construction. Tim Hamilton, The North Face’s Global Creative Director notes, “Perhaps no single piece of apparel represents authentic outdoor culture more completely than the Denali. It’s synonymous with The North Face and has stood the test of time to become a truly legendary item, keeping its rebellious, pioneering spirit for the modern urban adventurer.”
Where: The North Face
Jonas Wood x Louis Vuitton Textile Collection
Louis Vuitton recently tapped contemporary American artist Jonas Wood to put his spin on its iconic silk scarves. Part of its “Artycapucines” series, Wood’s works created by layering and producing collages from photographs, drawings and more, which he then reinterprets by introducing new colors, shapes and geometric patterns are applied onto the luxurious accessory canvas. The cartoon-like and realistic motifs are accompanied with playful takes on Louis Vuitton branding done in an array of hand-drawn fonts.
Where: Louis Vuitton
Palm Angels x ICE CREAM Skull Varsity Jacket
Palm Angels and BBC ICECREAM recently came together to drop their exclusive collaborative collection led by a co-branded varsity jacket. Dubbed the “Skull” Jacket, the light outerwear option is crafted in nylon and polyester for a traditional sporty feel. Detailing comes in the form of co-branded logos on the front and a huge rhinestone graphic is patched across the back, creating the signature ice cream face of the BBC imprint. Rounding up the design of the piece is pink and green striped trimming along the cuffs and hem and a tonal front-button closure.
Where: The Webster
Supreme Fall 2019 Collection Week 4
Back with Week 4 of its FW19 collection, the latest drop from Supreme is marked by a collaboration with iconic American rock band The Velvet Underground. The team-up highlights the original artwork from the band’s discography synonymous with the outfits unfiltered music exploration of raw themes of addiction, desire and redemption, sexual deviancy and the vices of life. The special range is comprised of hoodies, rayon shirts and T-shirts which come subtly marked with Supreme branding.
Notable items found in the accompanying Drop 4 range include the Sports Piping Puffy Jacket, Delta Logo Varsity Jacket, Quilted Paisley Jacket, Paneled Arc Hooded Sweatshirt and Love Hate Baseball Jersey. This week’s boldly branded accessories come in the form of Stanley 20 oz. Vacuum Insulated Bottle available in both black and red colorways.
When: September 19, Japan Release September 21
Where: Supreme Online & Retail Stores in NY, Brooklyn, London, France & Japan
Y-3 Fall/Winter 2019 Collection
For FW19, Y-3 drew from themes of “contrast and duality” to create simplistic and monochrome pieces that express an archival influence. Referencing adidas pieces from the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s, Yohji Yamamoto reimagined the items with his distinctive design language. Additionally, the Japanese designer also created the Y-3 Kyoi Trail model, which is a reworked version of a classic trail runner complete with a Winter-ready upper constructed from heavy textile and leather.
When: September 19
Girls Don’t Cry Fall 2019 Collection
The Fall 2019 range builds on the popular graphics associated with the Japanese creative and tonal streetwear expressions. Red, green, pink, brown, black and overdyed washes are used as bases for a selection of hoodies, crewnecks, T-shirts and socks. Girls Don’t Cry graphics are contrast printed in contrasting white and applied with intricated embroidery. Rounding up the collection are accessories like tote bags, keychains and floor mats that celebrate the phrase “Girls Don’t Cry” and heart shapes.
When: September 19
Where: Girls Don’t Cry
Palace Fall 2019 Collection Week 6
Kicking off another week, we have a look at what items from Palace‘s Autumn 2019 collection are set to release. Leading the Week 6 drop is a duo of hooded bomber jackets decorated with a futuristic back logo and similarly dressed hoodies, windbreakers with matching bottoms and Tri-Ferg marked sweaters.
The Tri-Ferg marked sweaters will come in black, navy, grey and white with the familiar branding done in two-tone color combinations. With the weather cooling down, the London-based label also prepared some layering items which come in the form of long sleeve T-shirts subtly adorn with rubberized Tri-Ferg patches, bright striped T-shirts and a retro racing-inspired T-shirt. Rounding up the Week 6 selection are some ripstop caps embroidered with the aforementioned futuristic logo and a range of beanies in a series of fresh colors.
When: September 20, Japan Release September 21
Where: Palace Online & Retail Stores in London, New York, Los Angeles & Japan