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 release of Supreme‘s second Spring/Summer 2020 drop and Palace‘s Week 4 drop of its Spring 2020 collection.
Accompanying the Week 2 drop this week is Supreme’s first team-up of the season with frequent collaborator, Nike. The New York imprint created a simple take on the classic Air Force 1 with tonal “White” and “Black” colorways crafted of premium leather and marked with small red Supreme Box Logos on the side heel. The second release of the season also features an expansive array of garments and a couple of sure to be sought after boldly branded accessories.
Palace’s Week 4 drop looks ahead focussing on lighter layering items like the GORE-TEX Paclite range, Build It Hoodie, Star Knit Sweater, Sofar Longsleeve and Inside Watch the Ride T-shirt. Accessories like the P-Stuff Beanie, Dimension Strap It Bag, Dimension Flip Stash Pouch and Max Palace Sticker serve to round up the latest selection.
Standout collaborations this week include The Mandalorian x BAPE capsule and BEAMS‘s team up with Columbia on a range of military-inspired outdoor styles. Other highlights include limited releases like Stone Island‘s capsule for the 15th anniversary of END. and maharishi‘s upcycled garments “Vapour Trail” capsule. Rounding up this week’s product drops are the releases for Dime and Praying‘s Spring 2020 collection.
DIME Spring 2020 Collection
Back for Spring 2020, Montreal skate label Dime has returned with a rich new collection of casual staples embellished with bold logomania.
Some notable items include a patchwork crewneck, pinstriped hoodie, zip-up windbreaker jacket, a pair of thick raw denim and a polar fleece pullover, colored in an array of soft warm-weather palettes. The color-blocked crewneck sweater features “DIME” embroidery on the upper chest in tall block letters, contrasted against its light blue and white palettes. Furthermore, the left sleeve appears in creamy-ecru white, while the right sleeve comes in light blue, finished off by a blue hemline. Another highlight is a navy zip-up windbreaker jacket. It sees a slightly oversized construction with raised collars and minimal cinching at the waist. Offsetting the dark sheen of its nylon fabric, the piece sees contrasting white top-stitching all throughout the body, including its elbow patches and the “DIME” marking at the left arm. Graphic T-shirts, half-zip pullover sweaters, hoodies, pants, shorts and other accessories like hats and socks round up the expansive assemblage.
BEAMS x Columbia SS20 Capsule Collection
BEAMS has teamed up with Columbia on a range of military-inspired outdoor styles. The capsule is comprised of garments like zip-up jackets, T-shirts and shorts, as well as other accessories like hats and bags that come in muted colorways of gray and amber.
Leading the range is the Challenger Windbreaker Jacket, coming with a bevy of details like mesh compartments and bold embroidery. Details include “Columbia” branding etched at the tip of the hood, “BEAMS” on the upper left chest, tonal zippers line the central closure and a protective flap with velcro strips. The waist pockets also boast see-through mesh paneling, finished off by an arm patch at the upper left to complete the jacket’s design. The matching pair of shorts feature a semi-high cut as a nod to its outdoor design, accented by side slit pockets as well as a diagonal zipper opening. A small “Columbia” patch logo at the lower left leg and adjustable drawstrings at the waist provide the shorts with functional design.
The Mandalorian x BAPE Capsule Collection
Comprised of three T-shirt styles, each shirt is available in “Black” or “White and feature a collision between Baby Milo meets Baby Yoda. Two of the styles feature familiar front prints showing The Mandalorian, the Child and Mandalorian underscored by iconic “STAR WARS” branding. The final shirt included in the mix sports a co-branding chest hit and a rear print showing the Child and Baby Milo wearing The Mandalorian’s helmet and rifle on his back.
Praying Spring 2020 Collection
Emerging Los Angeles/New York label Praying recently released its Spring 2020 collection. The inaugural range is inspired by a post-Internet aesthetic and drawing from elements of fast fashion, pop-culture, with underlying tones of religion and dogma.
The Spring 2020 range features sweaters, shirts and hats that are all marked by esoteric and whimsical designs that reveal a unique humorous element to the brand. Items that stand out in the “cursed” lookbook include the exaggerated Slightly Fatter NY Logo cap, self-labeling Father Figure Polo and Internet idea URL T-shirt. Other key pieces include the Hope Hoodie, Babies Hoodie, “Pass Me The F*cking Vino” T-shirt and K.Hole T-shirt.
maharishi “Vapour Trail” Capsule Collection
UK-based imprint maharishi has put together a special range of upcycled garments, dubbed the “Vapour Trail” capsule.
Comprised of a long-sleeve T-shirt, short-sleeve T-shirt, as well as the brand’s straight fit Snopants in Summer Polycotton, the capsule transforms the vintage silk kimonos into unique textile appliqués. Embroidered fighter jet serve to continue the brand’s military underpinnings, placed to look as if the kimonos are the jet’s contrails and offer an extra hit of color. Both T-shirt’s are offered up in iterations of black and white, with the Snopants arriving in olive and black colorways.
Supreme SS20 Collection Week 2 Online Release
Keeping its Spring 2020 releases coming, Supreme has now readied the Week 2 drop of its latest seasonal collection.
Leading the drop is a clean team up with frequent collaborator Nike, which resulted in two colorways of the classic Air Force 1. The tonal “White” and “Black” colorways are crafted of premium leather and marked with small red Supreme Box Logos on the side heel. Accompanying the debossed printed motif is classic branding like the stretching midfoot Swoosh panel, silver-tone lace deubres, “Nike Air” embroidery at the rear and a co-branded tongue tag. Additional detailing comes in the form of a small embroidered Swoosh at the throat, swappable logo-clad laces and Box Logo printed insoles. Elevating the shoe is a matching Air-assisted classic AF1 sole unit. Also, if you want to know more about the significance behind the Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Box Logo,” make sure to catch our story on it as well.
Standout garment offerings include some warm outerwear options like the City Lights Puffy Jacket, Drama Mask Fleece Jacket and Canvas Hooded Work Jacket. Accompanying the heavier looks are layering pieces like the XXL Hooded Sweatshirt, Underline Crewneck, 7’s Rugby Polo and Fade Stripe Longsleeve, along with headwear takes like the Field Camp Cap, Underline 5-Panel and Logo Repeat Beanie. Boldly branded accessories include the wooden coffin-style Stars Incense Burner and acrylic Transparent Lock with an iron shackle.
When: March 5, Japanese Release March 7
Where: Supreme Online
END. x Stone Island SS20 Capsule
The two-piece capsule features an anorak and cargo pant, both of which have been finished with a specially-created “Dust Finish” by the Italian label. Each item is constructed from two performance fabrics, which combine to guarantee water and wind resistance as well as an anti-drop finish. The garment-dyeing technique means that various pigments appear on top of the white fabric, making each and every item completely unique.
When: March 6
Palace Spring 2020 Collection Week 4
The latest GORE-TEX offering from Palace is defined by sleek technical constructions with convertible details accented by 3M reflective “PALACE” and Tri-Ferg branding. Accompanying the waterproof pieces are the exposed stitching Welder T-Shirts and T-Leaf Shell 4-Panel Cap that feature similar aesthetic tones. Elsewhere in the Week 4 drop are warmer options which include the Build It Hoodie and Star Knit Sweater, along with tops like Sofar Longsleeve and Inside Watch the Ride T-shirt. Accessories like the P-Stuff Beanie, Dimension Strap It Bag, Dimension Flip Stash Pouch and Max Palace Sticker serve to round up the latest selection.
When: March 6, Japanese Release March 7
Where: Palace Online & Retail Stores in London, New York, Los Angeles & Japan