8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Supreme, BAPE, Stone Island Shadow Project, BBC ICECREAM, Palace and more.

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With another week we have yet another installment of our product drops series, this time marked by a host of standout releases. Leading the list is the return of Supreme with its first Spring/Summer 2020 release and Palace has readied its latest unexpected collaboration with adidas Golf.

Offering a taste of what it has stored for the season, Supreme put together a diverse mix of streetwear essentials perfect for the cold weather. Additionally, the New York-based label has an assortment of boldly branded accessories led by a Numark PT01 Portable Turntable, Leatherman Rebar Multitool, Rawlings Catcher’s Chest Protector, Glow-In-The-Dark Zippo and a ballpark poncho expected to the free gift of the season.

For its latest collaboration, Palace has reworked tested and perfected performance-focused silhouettes from adidas Golf with its signature branding motifs, bright neon tones and clever design sensibility.

Aside from Supreme and Palace’s new selection of goods, we have an impressive array of special rollouts and collaborations that make up a selection of must-have street staples.

A notable collaboration this week is ROSE IN GOOD FAITH‘s capsule collection in collaboration with the estate of Lil Peep for Greenpeace, BAPE and Coach‘s street-luxe range and the Billionaire Boys Club ICECREAMGHOST NIGO-inspired chains. Other standouts include Cerberus USA‘s “Paradise Ranch” Collection Six and Babylon LA return with its Spring 2020 range. Rounding up this week’s releases are the progressive items found in the Stone Island Shadow Project SS20 collection.

Babylon LA Spring 2020 Collection

Lee Spielman and Garrett Stevenson‘s Babylon LA has returned for Spring 2020 with its latest assortment of streetwear essentials.

The seasonal offering is dominated by a slew of graphic T-shirts and hoodies marked by bold prints and enzyme washes. Notable items from the label’s first spring delivery include the “Watch Out for Babylon” pest-insect T-shirt, the rose and thorn framed T-shirt and other accompanying brightly colored tops.

When: Now
Where: Babylon LA

Cerberus USA “Paradise Ranch” Collection Six

Building on its distinctive retro-futuristic aesthetic, Los Angeles-based label Cerberus USA has released its “cosmic lifestyle” rooted Collection Six. Dubbed “Paradise Ranch,” the range riffs on themes of space exploration, consciousness and unisex design. Named after one of Area 51’s popular nicknames during the late 60s, the graphics found throughout the collection are deeply inspired by sci-fi scenes.

A standout is a midweight “Enter Galactic” puffer jacket, padded with rich horizontal quilting. It comes with a semi-boxy fit that’s accentuated by a large vintage-esque sci-fi graphic lush with soft pastel tones of purple, orange, yellow and green. Complementing its vibrant graphic is a thin orange central zip closure that starts from the top of the raised collars. As a final touch, “Cerberus USA” branding is placed at the upper left chest, while the label’s logo appears at the back. Other items include a hoodie, a crewneck, a T-shirt and three trackpants.

When: Now
Where: Cerberus USA

BBC ICECREAM x GHOST “Dog,” “Cone,” & “Dollar” Necklace

Recalling the early days of streetwear as we currently know it, Billionaire Boys Club ICECREAM has come together with jewelry purveyor GHOST for a re-release of their range of NIGO-inspired necklaces.

Creating replica pendants of the streetwear icon’s classic iced-out accessories, the micro pendants are crafted of solid silver-tone metal and set with VVS Flawless Simulated Diamonds. The “Dog,” “Cone,” and “Dollar” pendant options come complete with a matching silver-tone link chain and a custom ICECREAM x GHOST box.

When: Now
Where: HBX

Stone Island Shadow Project SS20

Stone Island‘s Shadow Project sub-label is now back with its SS20 collection. Accompanying the usual progressive textiles and garment dye treatments.

Standouts include cotton hoodies and pullovers accented by crinkly nylon panels, cargo pants with breathable semi-transparent nylon and slip-on sneakers with extended tongues. Hidden pockets and stealthy zippers abound, with intarsia patterns, intricate dye and custom washes provided additional hits of detail. While wrinkled jackets, convertible coats, zippered shirt-jackets and crumpled anoraks serve as perfect layering options for colder days.

When: Now
Where: Stone Island & SSENSE

Supreme SS20 Collection Week 1

Back with the inaugural drop of its SS20, Supreme has readied an expansive selection of streetwear essentials that give fans a taste of what they have prepared for the season.

Leading the drop is a selection of outerwear which includes a Rammellzee painting GORE-TEX Anorak, Vanson Jackets, Shiny Reversible Puffy Jacket and Faux Fur Varsity Jacket. Accompanying the jackets are layering options like the S Logo Hooded Sweatshirt, Reflective Cutout Hooded Sweatshirt, Radial Crewneck and Brushed Polka Dot Cardigan. Other garment offerings include a range of graphic T-shirts, button-up shirts and pants meant to match with some of the outerwear selection.

Aside from a diverse selection of headwear, Supreme is also set to release backpacks, duffle bags, shoulder bags, waist bags and utility pouches centered around a see-through mesh design. Boldly branded accessories also make a strong showing in the form of a Numark PT01 Portable Turntable, Leatherman Rebar Multitool, Rawlings Catcher’s Chest Protector, Glow-In-The-Dark Zippo and more. Finally, the Tupac Hologram Skateboard and Distorted Logo Skateboards round up the inaugural drop for SS20.

When: February 20, Japan Release February 22, Online Release February 27
Where: Supreme Online & Retail Stores in NY, Brooklyn, San Francisco, London, France & Japan

Coach x BAPE SS20 Collection

Adding to its ever-growing collaboration line up, BAPE has tapped Coach for an unexpected team-up. Bolstered by an element of luxury, the range is comprised of leather goods, outerwear ready-to-wear and footwear taking inspiration from the two brands’ hometowns, New York City and Tokyo.

To celebrate their signature motifs, Coach’s classic pattern and the iconic BAPE Ape Head logo are used throughout the special range. Camouflage, khaki and rainbow jacquard are also used heavily on the street-luxe items. Standouts from the collection include a down puffa jacket constructed from leather, backpacks in Coach’s Academy silhouette and new BAPESTA designs to help mark the 20th anniversary of the silhouette.

When: February 21
Where: Coach & BAPE

Lil Peep x ROSE IN GOOD FAITH Greenpeace Capsule Collection

ROSE IN GOOD FAITH has now teamed up with the estate of Lil Peep on a Greenpeace capsule collection. With 100 percent of proceeds to be donated to the non-governmental environmental organization, the special range is dedicated to the memory of the late artist’s music and his desire to help the world.

Looking to make the capsule stand out in everyone’s wardrobe, ROSE IN GOOD FAITH sourced ultra-premium California-grown organic heavyweight 13oz cotton for the T-shirts and organic heavyweight 26oz French terry for the hoodies and crewneck sweaters included in the range. Treated for a worn-in aesthetic, the capsule is decorated by artwork from the late artist’s personal archive, Greenpeace’s logo and an excerpt from Peep’s track “Belgium.”

When: February 21
Where: ROSE IN GOOD FAITH

Palace x adidas Golf SS20 Collection

Adding to its growing line up of unexpected collaborative ranges, Palace has teamed up with adidas Golf on a series of fairway staples. Tested and perfected performance-focused silhouettes from adidas Golf are reimagined by Palace with its signature branding motifs, bright neon tones and clever design sensibility.

Leading the collaboration is a hard-wearing anorak constructed of water-resistant nylon in bold orange neon. Decorative details come in the form of neon green trim at the collar, a rubberized Palace Golf badge on the right sleeve, Palace elasticized cuffs, a large Tri-Ferg at the rear and co-branding on the chest and neck. Other apparel items include a two-tone midweight layer short-sleeve shirt with a zipper mock neck, two co-branding marked technical polos and Palace Tour short-sleeve performance T-shirts dressed with Tri-Ferg logos at the back.

Additionally, the duo have prepared a golf course ready footwear option reminiscent of their 2015 Palace x adidas Pro Boost collaboration. Available in “Black” and “White” colorways, the upper of the shoe is constructed of perforated leather, with solid leather appearing at the midfoot to make up the Three Stripes. Branding efforts are continued in the form of “PALACE” stamped in gold foil and rubberized badges sewn onto the tongue. Finishing the design is an external TPU cage at the heel, ridged midsole with exposed BOOST foam and traction ridged rubber outsole with removable cleats.

When: February 21, Japanese Release February 22
Where: Palace Online & Retail Stores in London, New York, Los Angeles & Japan

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