8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Supreme, Off-White™, BAPE and Palace.

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With another week we have yet another installment of our product drops series. Leading the list is the release of Supreme‘s newest Spring/Summer 2020 offerings, along with Palace‘s collaboration with Jean Charles de Castelbajac.

Week 17 from Supreme returns to its major collaboration series, tapping the estate of the late Leigh Bowery, referencing Bowery’s true club kid at heart reputation. The special range is comprised of two hooded sweatshirts, a button-up shirt and one T-shirt with artwork of Bowery courtesy of Jim Krewson, Fergus Greer and Michael Costiff with a portion of proceeds going to benefit Visual AIDS, a New York City-based arts organization that assists artists living with HIV/AIDS, and engages with contemporary HIV issues through the arts.

An important benefit release this week comes from GALLERY DEPT. and is a special release to help introduce and help fund the entity “STOP BEING RACIST.” Notable collaborations this week come from BAPE and Dragon Ball Z, along with the first eyewear collection from C2H4 and RENONER, and Eric Emanuel‘s latest Major League Baseball team-up with New Era. Rounding up this week’s product drops is a Pride Month release from LeBron James and Maverick Carter‘s UNINTERRUPTED and Off-White™‘s FW20 “TORNADO WARNING” collection.

Off-White™ FW20 “TORNADO WARNING” Collection

Steadily delivering its offerings, Off-White™ has now released its FW20 “TORNADO WARNING” collection.

The seasonal range features a distinct focus on leather goods and tailoring like a belted black leather biker jacket, black leather front-split flared trousers, a variety of pea coats and a medley of blazers. Accompanying accessories include a briefcase bag, black leather caps finished with the new-style Off-White™ branding, small clutch bags and luxurious totes perfect for pairing with the tailoring options. The Mona Lisa T-shirt, the “Pivot” silver zip-up jacket, and the “Flowers” crewneck jumper serve as standouts in the FW20 collection.

When: Now
Where: Off-White™

GALLERY DEPT. Stop Being Racist T-Shirt

Doing its part to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement, GALLERY DEPT. has put together a special release to help introduce and help fund the entity “STOP BEING RACIST.”

Founded by GALLERY DEPT. founder/creative director Josué Thomas, the platform and initiative was born out of a call to action, a sign of resistance against personal experiences as well as in opposition to systemic racism. Supporting and educating disenfranchised and underprivileged youth, SBR intends to impact lives and insightfully offer an alternative vision that can help youth prevail through strained racial tension and oppression

Available in two colors, the T-shirts are centered around the bold logo of STOP BEING RACIST. The simple yet important motif is screen printed on the front of the base tops which have been washed at GALLERY DEPT. shop in Los Angeles, CA for a vintage feel and look. Rounding up the design of the special design is the brand’s signature logo emblazoned simply on the rear.

When: Now
Where: GALLERY DEPT.

Eric Emanuel x Major League Baseball New Era Collection

Continuing his collaborations, Eric Emanuel has now come together with the Major League Baseball once again

The collection, made in collaboration with New Era, features the brand’s signature baseball caps as well as branded T-shirts and shorts. The collaboration gives a colorful spin to the logos of seven iconic American baseball teams: the Los Angeles Dodgers, Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Miami Marlins, San Francisco Giants and the Pittsburgh Pirates.

When: Now
Where: Eric Manuel’s Website

Supreme SS20 Collection Week 17 Release

Keeping its Spring 2020 releases coming, Supreme has now readied the Week 17 drop of its latest seasonal collection.

Returning to its major collaboration series, the New York-based label has tapped the estate of the late Leigh Bowery, one of the most prominent performance artists in London during the ’80s. Referencing Bowery’s true club kid at heart reputation, the special range is comprised of two hooded sweatshirts, a button-up shirt and one T-shirt. Artwork of Bowery comes courtesy of Jim Krewson, Fergus Greer and Michael Costiff with a portion of proceeds going to benefit Visual AIDS, a New York City-based arts organization that assists artists living with HIV/AIDS, and engages with contemporary HIV issues through the arts.

The accompanying Week 17 drop is led by Terry Shortsleeve Zip Up and matching Shorts, Dazzle Mesh Shortsleeve Top, Sprayed Plaid Shortsleeve Top, Nylon Water Short and Flags Boonie. Supreme has also prepared a sunglasses range featuring three frame styles — the Stretch, Miller and Royce. This week’s accessories include the Supreme x Ziploc Bags, Raffia Tote and Skeleton Keychain.

When: June 25, Japan Release June 27
Where: Supreme Online

C2H4 x RENONER “Parallel Color-Space” Eyewear Collection

C2H4 has now teamed up with RENONER on its first eyewear collection, merging its futuristic perspective with RENONER’s REdone aesthetics, the selection of looks to develop a range of wearable devices.

Based on science and the prospects of technology, the duo has created a strong expression of sci-fi storytelling through the silhouettes of sunglasses. Coming up with two sunglasses styles, the NOVA and XENOTROPHY are available in two colorways each. The glasses are embellished bright colors via reflective lenses and a corresponding scouter inspired by the representative combat force detector in the Dragon Ball series. The main decoration of the frame is designed to render the texture and effect of retro technology.

When: June 25
Where: C2H4

Jean Charles de Castelbajac x Palace SS20 Capsule

Following a collaboration last year, Palace has tapped Moroccan/French visionary artist/designer Jean Charles de Castelbajac for a Spring/Summer 2020 capsule collection.

Coming together once again, the special range builds on JCC’s signature poetic writings and artistic illustrations in rainbow hues. “For the second chapter of Palace and JCC, I have joined the energies of these elements (signs and symbols) to design a strong, pop and powerful capsule for the urban life,” says Jean Charles de Castelbajac.

Throughout the upcoming collaboration, the duo explores the mysterious meanings of signs and symbol with the playfulness and cheerful nature of Pop Art. Leading the range is a set of classic Tri-Ferg hoodies marked with JCC scrawlings, along with a button-up shirt and knit crewneck sweater that express an array of evocative illustrations. The T-shirts available in red, green, blue, yellow, grey and white, continue both the Tri-Ferg decoration and playful illustrations. Rounding up the team-up is a bucket hat marked with a full print design and selection of Palace/JCC embroidered caps.

When: June 26, Japan Release June 27
Where: Palace

Dragonball Z x BAPE Collection

BAPE has now teamed up with the Dragon Ball Z franchise on another collaboration. This time around, the duo focus on the Super Saiyan forms of Goku, Vegeta, Trunks and Gohan through playful illustrations of the beloved characters. Other recognizable characters found in the mix include Hercule, Cell and Mecha Frieza.

Kicking off the special range is a set of denim jackets marked with a large back print showing Goku and Gohan performing the Father-Son Kamehameha move and hoodies emblazoned with a group shot of the illustrated characters. Aside from takes on the “APE SHALL NEVER KILL APE” and APE Head motifs, the T-shirt offerings feature an array of prints that pair Dragon Ball Z characters with Baby Milo. All of the Baby Milo tees are marked with Dragon Ball markings on the rear. Rounding up the collaboration are accessories like the full print bandana, smartphone ring and rubber keychains.

When: June 27
Where: BAPE

UNINTERRUPTED Pride Month Hoodie Collection