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 fifth Spring/Summer 2020 drop and Palace‘s Week 7 drop of its Spring 2020 collection.
Accompanying the Week 5 drop this week is Supreme’s next team-up of the season with Timberland in the form of three bold takes on the Euro Hiker Low. Accompanying the shoes are co-branded crewnecks and 6-panel hats marked with embroidery noting the “WIND, WATER, EARTH AND SKY” in six colorways. But this week’s release also features Supreme’s highly anticipated partnership with Nabisco Oreo.
Palace’s Week 7 drop looks ahead with the Vexit Hoodie, Patch Up Ya Life Crewneck, Lon Dons Crewneck and matching Sweatshorts, Winz Longsleeve T-shirt and Max-Pal T-shirt serves to round up the latest selection.
Standout collaborations this week include Richardson‘s team-up with its longtime collaborator Supreme to celebrate the opening of its Harajuku flagship and the True Romance by PLEASURES capsule. Other notable releases include the BAPE GORE-TEX capsule, Anti Social Social Club‘s SS20 “Hung Up” collection and the first drop of Fucking Awesome‘s 2020 core collection. Rounding up this week’s product drops is The North Face‘s has now reissue of its 1994 Retro Mountain Light jacket in a series of new colorways.
True Romance by PLEASURES Capsule Collection
Always looking to spotlight pop culture elements, PLEASURES has now put together a new capsule collection celebrating iconic cult film True Romance.
Working together with Morgan Creek, the infamous movie production company behind True Romance, the special range is comprised of hoodies, long-sleeve T-shirts and short-sleeve T-shirts. Leading the range are hoodies that focus on Tarantino’s involvement in the piece of film excellence and Christopher Walken in his role as Vincenzo Coccotti. The rest of the collection highlights characters, scenes and the basis of the movie paired with bold PLEASURES branding.
The North Face 1994 Mountain Light Jacket Release
The North Face has now reissued its 1994 Retro Mountain Light jacket in a series of new colorways for SS20.
The celebrated outerwear silhouette is originally made with fast mountain ascents in mind, providing maximum durability and functionality while being light and offering freedom of movement. TNF has reworked this retro jacket with its contemporary FUTURELIGHT fabric technology, making this year’s offering the lightest this jacket has ever been. It returns in five retro-tinged colorways, which includes signature black and camouflage offerings to bolder “Lake Blue,” “Mr. Pink” and “Jaiden Green” iterations.
Where: The North Face
Fucking Awesome 2020 Core Collection First Drop
Fucking Awesome has now prepared the first drop of its core collection.
Comprised of graphic T-shirts, skate decks and accessories, the staple range builds on the evocative aesthetic style of the FA established by skate icon and founder Jason Dill. Leading the core collection is a branded chainsaw complete with the logo engraved blade and a handle fashioned from a sawed-off BMX front handle grip. The T-shirt graphics are centered around collages, plays on the FA logo, while the decks come fully dipped and defined by embossed logos and holographic elements. Rounding up the selection is a “Pink/Red” Beach Towel, a framed collage by Jason Dill and chainsaw keychain.
When: March 25
Where: Fucking Awesome
Supreme SS20 Collection Week 5 Online Release
Keeping its Spring 2020 releases coming, Supreme has now readied the Week 5 drop of its latest seasonal collection.
Leading the drop is a team-up with Timberland, which resulted in three bold takes on the Euro Hiker Low. Available in “Black,” “Red” and “Yellow,” the low-cut shoe features a patent leather upper accented by nylon at the collar. The design of the shoes are finished by stamped exterior Timberland branding, a small Supreme logo tab and sole units crafted from recycled rubber. Accompanying the shoes are co-branded crewnecks and 6-panel hats marked with embroidery noting the “WIND, WATER, EARTH AND SKY” in six colorways.
Standout accompanying garment offerings include the Grid Taping Velour Jacket and matching Pants, Bling Hooded Sweatshirt and Sweatshorts, Back Logo Sweater, Business Hockey Jersey and Signature T-shirt. This week’s boldly branded accessory comes courtesy of the highly anticipated partnership with Nabisco Oreo. Set to release in packs of three, the packaging is inspired by Supreme’s iconic red and contrasting white Futura font branding. The rectangular wrapping is made to look like a Box Logo paired with the iconic Oreo logo.
When: March 26, Japanese Release March 28
Where: Supreme Online
Palace Spring 2020 Collection Week 7 Online Release
Following the release of its sixth Spring 2020 release, Palace has prepped another diverse drop from its latest seasonal collection. Leading the Week 7 drop is the Pipeline Jacket and matching Pants and One Eighty Top.
The London-based brand has prepared some layering items which come in the form of the Vexit Hoodie, Patch Up Ya Life Crewneck and Lon Dons Crewneck. Other standout items include the Winz Longsleeve T-shirt, Max-Pal T-shirt and matching Lon Dons Shorts.
When: March 27, Japanese Release March 28
Where: Palace Online
Richardson x Supreme Unconditional T-Shirt
The latest T-shirt project is called Unconditional and features artwork from Richardson A2 by Mario Sorrenti, in celebration of Richardson’s new Japan venture. The campaign for the release is modeled by acclaimed actress Chloë Sevigny.
When: March 28
Where: Richardson Harajuku Flagship
Anti Social Social Club SS20 Collection
Keeping its releases coming, Anti Social Social Club has now prepared its SS20 collection dubbed “Hung Up.” As usual, the expansive offering is filled with graphic goods and accessories prepped for the season with recognizable ASSC branding and a variety of new slogan prints.
Hoodies, T-shirts and sweatpants stand at the core of collection emblazoned with a wide array of head-turning prints. Retro typefaces feature stylized Anti Social Social Club logos and verbiage like “HATE” and “LAST TIME WAS THE LAST TIME,” accented by text-obscuring cloud, camouflage, chain and leopard patterns. Tiny dinosaurs, flowers and skeletal accents lend further distinction to the effortless layering pieces. Branded yoga mats, car keychains, iPhone cases and socks to round up the range.
When: March 28
Where: Anti Social Social Club
BAPE GORE-TEX Capsule Collection
Preparing for the unpredictable weather, BAPE has now put together a capsule of GORE-TEX-lined goods, comprised of layering pieces, pants and hats.
The items all feature elevated by functional properties with the pants and bucket hat marked by the classic BAPE FIRST CAMO pattern. Additional decoration comes in the form of SHARK face imagery and GORE-TEX branding to add further appeal to the waterproof goods. Executed in black, a jacket and parka feature SHARK detailing at the head, accompanied by taped seams and waterproof zippers for maximum weatherproofing, and chenille “WGM” lettering for contrast.
When: March 28