8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Supreme, ACRONYM, Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy’ Merch, Stüssy and Palace

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With another week upon us, we have yet another installment of our product drops series. Leading the list is the tenth drop from Supreme‘s Fall/Winter 2020 collection along with Palace‘s Winter 2020 Week 5 drop.

For its Week 10 release, Supreme has reconnected with The North Face once again for the latest in its major collaboration series. The team-up is comprised of a Summit Series Himalayan Parka, Mountain Jacket, Hooded Fleece Jacket, Expedition Backpack, Shoulder Bag, Dolomite 3S-20° Sleeping Bag and Nuptse Mitts — all sporting this season’s featured “S” design, with every item arriving in black, red and green.

Other standout collaborations include the BT21NEIGHBORHOOD “SAVANT/SAVAGE” collection, American artist Kenny Scharf‘s capsule for Heron Preston and Drake‘s Certified Lover Boy merch with Nike. This week we have a strong selection of technical wares coming in the form of ACRONYM‘s latest FW20 release and NemeN‘s FW20 collection. Rounding up this week’s drops is Stüssy‘s 40th-anniversary collection comprised of a limited-edition varsity jacket, T-shirt and ring.

Kenny Scharf x Heron Preston FW20 Collaboration

For FW20, Heron Preston tapped American artist Kenny Scharf for a seven-piece capsule collection. Comprised of hoodies, T-shirts, denim pieces and a balaclava transpose Scharf’s “Meanie,” a 1998 work on paper by the artist.

Scharf also put together a reinterpretation of the brand’s iconic Heron bird emblazoned on a T-shirt and hoodie. Kenny Scharf is a global legend who made his name in the East Village of New York City running around with Basquiat, Keith Haring and Andy Warhol,” Preston said in a statement. “I’ve been living in New York since 2004 and he is part of the city: the first time I experienced his work was on the street not a museum. There’s an anti-elitist vision that speaks to me and what we do.”

When: Now
Where: Heron Preston

ACRONYM FW20 Release

Coming through with its latest FW20 release, ACRONYM has readied an assortment of inventive outerwear and knitwear.

Standing out amongst the selection is the Rider Jacket, defined by a puffy shell infused with GORE-TEX Infinium and Windstopper technology. Details and adjustable features riddle the design of the functional option available in black and two military olive tones. Other items include various Schoeller Dryskin cargo pants, “Cashllama” knit neck gaiter and several shirts, and the extended J1L–GT 3L GORE-TEX Pro Interops Jacket in sleek black.

When: Now
Where: HBX

NemeN FW20 Collection

For FW20, NemeN has put its functional expertise to develop a new range of items marked by dip-dye treatments and special washes. For a unique finish, the weather-resistant puffer jackets, parkas and pants are finished with special graphics for a distinct visual appeal.

Specialized textiles are worked to express a diverse color range from grey to splashy blue and purple accented by NemeN-branded panels. A bevy of zips, pulls and straps allow for customizable fits while anatomical seams, raglan shoulders and drawstring waists encourage freedom of motion. Rounding up the FW20 selection are tapered trousers and crewneck pullovers that continue NemeN’s signature attention to detail

When: Now
Where: NemeN

Drake Certified Lover Boy Merch With Nike

Following numerous teasers, Drake has now released his Certified Lover Boy merch with Nike.

Serving as lead up to the upcoming album, the special range is marked by a pink bomber jacket with a quilted heart pattern worn by Drake in his “Laugh Now Cry Later” music video. Aside from an alternate black take on the bomber, there is also a selection of hoodies and T-shirts. Finishing up the release are tube socks and a lipstick print marked cap that surfaced months back.

When: Now
Where: Drake Related

Supreme Fall/Winter 2020 Week 10 Drop

Returning to its major FW20 collaboration series, Supreme has teamed up with The North Face once again for its Week 10 Drop. Preparing for the colder weather ahead the collection consists of a Summit Series Himalayan Parka, Mountain Jacket, Hooded Fleece Jacket, Expedition Backpack, Shoulder Bag, Dolomite 3S-20° Sleeping Bag and Nuptse Mitts — all sporting this season’s featured “S” design, with every item arriving in black, red and green.

The accompanying Week 10 Drop is led by the Hockey Hooded Sweatshirt, Spray Hooded Sweatshirt and matching Sweatshorts, Shadow Plaid Fleece Shirt and Patchwork Velour LongsleevePolo. Other standouts include the Interstate Waffle Thermal, Cutout Logo Shortsleeve Top and Pin-Up Chino Pants. Headwear this time around comes in the form of the Wool Camp Cap, Classic Logo Reversible 6-Panel, New Era Sequin Beanie, Vertical Logo Beanie and Cashmere Beanie. While this week’s boldly branded accessory is the Leica Ultravid BR 8 x 20 Binocular coming in classic bright red.

When: October 29, 11 a.m. EDT & Japan Release October 31, 11 a.m. JST
Where: Supreme Online

Stüssy 40th-Anniversary Capsule

Continuing its 40th-anniversary celebrations, Stüssy has put together a limited-edition varsity jacket, T-shirt and ring.

The label’s iconic IST varsity jacket has been reimagined in homage to its roots in the ’80s with an International Stussy Tribe 8-Ball Globe patch at the back, the piece also comes with the label’s signature “Earth in the corner pocket.” Each jacket purchased at Chapter locations will be custom embroidered at the chest with its respective city name embroidered on the chest, while other jackets bought from the label’s website will be marked with “NY.L.T.LA” instead. The accompanying T-shirt is designed by Cali Thornhill Dewitt and Tremaine Emory, emblazoned with graphics that call for “unity” and fighting against racism. Rounding up the capsule is a gold-plated silver ring that feature’s the label’s signature Venus-inspired motif, which comes with inscriptions: “FORTY YEARS” on the inside and “Stüssy 1980” and “Tribe 2020” on the outside.

When: October 30
Where: Stüssy

Palace Skateboards Winter 2020 Week 5 Drop

Following the release of its Week 4 dropPalace has now prepped another diverse drop from its Winter 2020 collection. Leading the fifth release is Puff Dadda Jacket in three colorways, Halloween ready Tri-Ripper Hoodie and Single Crewneck Sweater.

Other standouts this week include the athletic selection of Playwright Shirts and striped J-ard Longsleeve T-shirt. This week we also see an array of headwear styles in the form of the Cord Pal Hat, Top Off 2 Shell 6 Panel and Mellow One Beanie.

When: October 30, 11 a.m. EDT & Japan/China Release October 31, 11 a.m. JST/CST
Where: Palace, “Palace_Skateboards” WeChat store


Following numerous collaboration with Anti Social Social Club and UNIQLO, BT21 by Line Friends’ and BTS is now teaming up with storied Japanese label, NEIGHBORHOOD. The unexpected team-up falls in line with BT21’s push into streetwear with its previous instantly sell out releases thanks to the fandom tied to South Korean boy group BTS.

Comprised of hoodies and T-shirts, the street leaning bases serve as black, white and gray canvases mainly for the signature NEIGHBORHOOD logo reimagined with the eight special characters based on the original ideas and sketches by the members of BTS. Aside from the colored and illustrative front logos, co-branding, classic NBHD motifs and “SAVANT/SAVAGE” collection notations round out the design of the pieces.

When: October 30, 8 p.m. PST, October 31, 12 p.m. KST, October 31, 12 p.m. JST

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