8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Supreme, HIDDEN.NY, Fear of God, KAWS, 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 thirteenth drop from Supreme‘s Fall/Winter 2020 collection along with Palace‘s latest unexpected collaboration with luxury fashion house Moschino.

For its Week 13 release, Supreme has readied a team-up with frequent collaborator Stone Island. Coming together, the duo put together a hand-painted Hooded Shearling Jacket, Crinkle Down Jacket, Corduroy Jacket, similarly dyed Nylon Cargo Pants, Shortsleeve Top, Nylon Shoulder Bag and Nylon 6-Panel, along with the cotton corduroy Pants and Crusher. Rounding up the team-up is a Hooded Sweatshirt and Sweatshort with a custom dye treatment, and accessories like the Glow-in-the-Dark Balaclava and Baruffaldi Rek Goggles.

Another standout collaboration is Stüssy‘s 40th Anniversary World Tour T-Shirt collaborations with Rick OwensVirgil AblohTakahiro MiyashitaMarc Jacobs and Martine Rose. Other team-ups include KAWS and Sons+Daughters eyewear range, the Fear of God x Nike Holiday 2020 collection and the HIDDEN.NY x Billionaire Boys Club ICECREAM. Rounding up this week’s drops is OAMC‘s Daniel Johnston capsule and NOAH‘ collection with Earth, Wind & Fire.


Continuing to deliver heavy collaborations, Billionaire Boys Club has now dropped a team-up with Instagram page HIDDEN.NY.

Celebrating the impact of the social media page, the special range utilizes classic imagery from BBC’s history, including the Running Dog jeans and retro ICE CREAM logo. Accompanied by HIDDEN.NY branding in both English and Japanese, the graphics are emblazoned on monochrome hoodies and T-shirts. Worlds collide with BBC’s Astronaut motif and the occasional old school graphic complement HIDDEN’s encircled “h” logo on the rear of each item.

When: Now
Where: Billionaire Boys Club

Fear of God x Nike Holiday 2020 Apparel Collection

Building on his collaborative relationship with Nike, Jerry Lorenzo has put together yet another Fear of God capsule for the sportswear brand.

The Holiday 2020 collection is comprised of a selection of covetable Nike Basketball wearables influenced by retro on-court style. Accented by functional tech properties, the slouchy jersey shirts and baggy shorts provide performance while remaining true to Lorenzo’s vision. Marked by the occasional NBA logo, a boxy bomber jacket, short-sleeved shirt, adjustable track pants and tall white socks serve to round up the conventional FoG collection.

When: November 19
Where: Nike

Supreme Fall/Winter 2020 Week 12 Drop

Continuing its major FW20 collaboration series, Supreme has teamed up with Stone Island once again for its Week 13 Drop. This time around the duo has put together an expansive cold-weather ready range centered around hand-painted Shearling, dyed textiles and thick-ribbed corduroy.

Leading the collaboration is an array of outerwear options led by the hand-painted Hooded Shearling Jacket coming in black and white, water and wind-resistant painted camo Crinkle Down Jacket and a tonal Corduroy Jacket style. Matching items include similarly dyed Nylon Cargo Pants, Shortsleeve Top, Nylon Shoulder Bag and Nylon 6-Panel, along with the cotton corduroy Pants and Crusher. Rounding up the team-up is a Hooded Sweatshirt and Sweatshort with a custom dye treatment, and accessories like the Glow-in-the-Dark Balaclava and Baruffaldi Rek Goggles.

The accompanying Week 13 Drop is led by the Big Logo Paneled Zip Up Hooded Sweatshirt and matching Sweatpants, Tartan Flannel Cargo Vest and matching Skate Pants, Pearl Hooded Sweatshirt and Twill Multi Pocket Shirt. Other standouts include the Bullion Logo Shortsleeve Top and headwear options like the Dry Wax Cotton Camp Cap and Kangol Furgora Beanie. While this week’s boldly branded accessories include the Hanes Thermal Crew and Pants, along with the FLOS Bellhop Lamp.

When: November 19, 11 a.m. EDT & Japan Release November 21, 11 a.m. JST
Where: Supreme Online

Earth, Wind & Fire x NOAH Collection

Once again drawing from musical inspirations, NOAH has now put together a collection around honoring the legacy of legendary Chicago troubadours Earth, Wind & Fire, a band with a career that spans innovations in genres like soul, funk, disco, R&B and even psychedelic rock.

Earth, Wind & Fire’s insignia graces a selection of hoodies, shirts and a buttery soft suede trucker jacket, the latter channeling earth tones across its patchworked surface. A leather cap makes an even stronger impression but the collection really hinges on a branded surfboard, an ideal realization of the collection’s elemental influence.

When: November 19
Where: NOAH & Dover Street Market

KAWS x Sons+Daughters Sunglasses Collaboration

Turning his attention to the next generation, Brian Donnelly, best known as KAWS, has put together a collaboration with Sons+Daughters, a Hong Kong-based eyewear brand specializing in high-quality glasses for kids.

Born from his devotion to his two young daughters, elements of KAWS’ artwork is expressed on a trio of colorful specs on hand for this partnership. Influenced by KAWS’ Companion, the UV-fighting lenses feature the artist’s signature X’d-out eyes and illustrative gloves (also graced by “X”s) reaching across the hinge. Coming in special cases, the frames are available in KAWS’ preferred colors of pink, grey and black.

When: November 19
Where: KAWS ONE, Sons+Daughters & WOAW

OAMC Daniel Johnston Capsule

Paying respects to the late great Daniel Johnston, OAMC has now put together a concise range of styles marked by illustrations done by the musician.

Included in the mix is a padded coach jacket, a bomber jacket, an M-65 liner, a crewneck, a hoodie and a T-shirt. Leading the graphic showcase is Johnston’s iconic character Jeremiah the Innocent, featured on the sweater, liner, hoodie and T-shirt underscored by the words “Hi, How Are You?” Elsewhere is a white coach jacket that showcases other sketches from Johnston’s notebook, like a turtle and a man smoking.

When: November 19
Where: OAMC

Moschino x Palace Collaboration Collection FW20

Adding to its series of unexpected collaborations, Palace has now tapped luxury fashion house Moschino for a playful range filled with humor.

Leading the special team-up are two-shearling jackets in brown and white marked by crown jewels, elevated with “hug me” and handprint imagery on the rear for a suitably playful effect. Other outerwear options include two puffers in “Cloud Blue” and “Orange Sunset” colors that express the contrasting times of the sky throughout the day. Standout accompanying pieces include a set of logo-printed statement T-shirts, printed sports jerseys, loud shirts, bold bucket hats and all-over print denim jackets and pants that feature co-branding that neatly hybridizes the design ethos of both Palace and Moschino. Finally, accessories come in the form of football-inspired scarves, a blue cloud-patterned Bell motorcycle helmet, skateboarding hardware elevated with Palace’s duck mascot and – because it’s Moschino – a faux milk carton bag.

When: November 20, 11 a.m. EDT & Japan/China Release November 21, 11 a.m. JST/CST
Where: Palace, “Palace_Skateboards” WeChat store

Stüssy 40th Anniversary World Tour T-Shirt Collaborations

Continuing its 40th-anniversary celebrations, Stüssy has enlisted a group of iconic designers to create on their signature canvas. Rick Owens, Virgil Abloh, Takahiro Miyashita, Marc Jacobs and Martine Rose were all tasked to create their own World Tour T-shirts. The standout fashion figures all represent different cities and communities that have served as inspirations for Stüssy.

Each designer brought a different perspective, sensibility, and intention that is juxtaposed with time tested Stüssy design language. According to Stüssy, the collaboration marks “Like-minded people that are interested in similar things. An enduring signifier of underground culture four decades in. Past… Present… Future.” It is important to note that each designer will be donating a portion of profits to an organization or charity of their choice.

When: November 20
Where: Stüssy & Dover Street Market

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