With another week upon us, we have yet another installment of our product drops series. Leading the list is the fourth drop from Supreme‘s Fall/Winter 2020 collection and Palace‘s Fall 2020 Week 7 drop with a Happy Mondays capsule.
Accompanying its Week 4 release, Supreme has readied an unexpected team-up with Yohji Yamamoto. The collaboration combines the storied Japanese designer’s unique fashion sensibilities and New York skate imprint’s signature aesthetic with original artwork by Sancheeto, Peter Saville and Yuuka Asakura.
Other standout collaborations include an outerwear selection from sacai and Ten C, another team-up from Anti Social Social Club and NEIGHBORHOOD, and the Halloween themed Online Ceramics x COMME des GARÇONS CDG T-shirt capsule. Additionally, this week we see the fun-loving Minions and Verdy collaboration centered around the Despicable Me characters and Vick, Verdy’s signature character. To round up this week’s drops other standouts include SEVENTH HEAVEN FW20 collection and DIME‘s Fall 2020 release.
DIME Fall 2020 Collection
Continuing to deliver its seasonal releases, DIME has now released its latest Fall 2020 collection.
Focusing on layering options, the Montreal-based skate label put together a selection of subtle embroidered logo crewnecks and the standout Dog Classic Logo Crew. Outerwear also makes a strong showing with the DIME TEC waterproof Gradient Windbreakers and two-toned Corduroy Jacket. Rounding up the range are twill and hiking pants, caps, beanies, hoodies, mugs, socks and even a gold-tone chain with a DIME-branded pendant.
SEVENTH HEAVEN Fall/Winter 2020 Collection
John Ross‘ SEVENTH HEAVEN has returned with its latest FW20 collection. Aside from building out its signature cross imagery, the forthcoming seasonal range is defined by a mix of premium mohair, lush fleece and striking patterns.
Leading the range are new takes on SEVENTH HEAVEN’s established trucker jacket constructed of two-tone mohair and printed denim with large 3D elements that express the look of the smiley phase. Accompanying the outerwear options are matching Crucifix Bondage Trousers with extended strap details and zipper elements. Other standouts include a fleece pullover complete with gaiter hoods with dual zip closures inspired by extreme cold-weather gear and 3D cross bags that serve as distinct carrying options.
SEVENTH HEAVEN has also put together a casual jacket and bottom set offering marked by a pieced together newspaper headline print focused on religion fuelled outlooks. The print is also utilized on a series of teased collaboration items which include backpack, pillows and a Karimoku Hizikake Chair, along with Suicoke’s Insulated Pepper Slip-Ons. Rounding up the FW20 collection are some staples like hoodies and a pocket tee with an extended pocket.
Where: SEVENTH HEAVEN
COMME des GARÇONS CDG x Online Ceramics T-Shirt Capsule
Both oversized tees are emblazoned with spooky illustrations in Online Ceramics signature Aesthetic. Graphics include a motif of a turtle dressed as a jester, walking on a yellow half-moon. Online Ceramics’ logo appears between the tips of each end of the moon, complemented by bold green “CDG” branding on the opposite side. One T-shirt is also decorated with red and orange jack-o’-lanterns, juxtaposed next to the words “IT WAS A BRIGHT AND SUNNY DAY.” Rounding up the design of the T-shirts are graphics depicting trick-or-treat candy is placed over CDG’s emboldened logo at the center.
Supreme FW20 Week 4 Drop
The latest team-up combines the storied Japanese designer’s unique fashion sensibilities and New York skate imprint’s signature aesthetic with original artwork by Sancheeto, Peter Saville and Yuuka Asakura. The special rane is comprised of a Leather Work Jacket, Down Jacket, Parka, Wool Suit, Sweater, Shirt, Hooded Sweatshirt, Crewneck, five T-Shirts and a Beanie. The street leaning items expectedly showcase a reverence for black but also includes tones of bold orange-red, khaki green and white through alternative color options.
The accompanying Week 4 Drop is led by Best Of The Best Hooded Sweatshirt and Double Knee Denim Painter Pant which comes in washed black, washed indigo and a tree print. Other items include tops like the Scatter Logo Longsleeve Top, Stripe Appliqué Shortsleeve Top and Shortsleeve Pocket Tee. Headwear this time around comes in the form of the GORE-TEX Crusher and S Logo 6-Panel, Fair Isle Beanie and Clear Label Beanie. While this week’s boldly branded accessory is the Pipe Wrench from American tool company Ridgid.
When: September 17, 11 a.m. EDT & Japan Release September 19, 11 a.m. JST
Where: Supreme Online
NEIGHBORHOOD x Anti Social Social Club 2020 Capsule
Taking this to an extreme, the latest special range focuses on graphic excess with nods to signature branding and an ethos mashup. The hoodies and T-shirts come marked all over with co-branding plays that overlay ASSC’s wavy logo over NBHD’s skull and crossbones motif and “antisocialsocialclub” take on NEIGHBORHOOD’s linear rear marking. Another standout graphic comes in the form of a collision of ethos that reads “CRAFT WITH PRIDE/GET WEIRD.” Set to release globally, the “Foreshadow” marked T-shirt will be available only at the newly remodeled NEIGHBORHOOD flagship in Harajuku.
When: September 18
Where: Anti Social Social Club
Verdy x Minions Collaboration
After teasing earlier this week, Minions and Verdy have revealed their fun-loving collaboration. The range of merch, accessories and lifestyle items is centered around the Despicable Me characters and Vick, Verdy’s signature character.
The partnership sees a series of clothing, accessories and collectibles, brought to life through graphics that marry the Minions’ cheeky disposition with Verdy’s elevated eye for typography and design. A set of T-shirts, pins and stickers as well as a bandana, come housed in matching limited-edition packaging. The accompanying skate deck sports an illustration of a yellow rose in a can receives a playful refresh as Minions create mischief around it. The same image adorns hoodies in yellow and blue, which take a minimal approach with Wasted Youth and Minions logo hits on the front and hood, while the colors are Verdy’s interpretation of the characters’ signature overalls look.
When: September 18
Palace Skateboards Fall 2020 Week 7 Drop
Following the release of its Week 6 drop, Palace has now prepped another diverse drop from its Fall 2020 collection. The uniquely British skatewear label is now preparing to release a new capsule in collaboration with Happy Mondays.
The English rock band formed in Salford back in 1980 is recognized for bridging the Manchester independent rock music of the ’80s and the emerging UK rave scene. Saluting their success and importance in the UK music scene, Palace worked closely with Happy Mondays on a line up of street staples. Leading the special range is a button-up shirt emblazoned with an all-over print of a still from the band’s iconic 1990 video for “Step On.” Other items include two graphic T-shirts, an all-over-print Harrington jacket and a matching bucket hat.
The accompanying seventh release features the Ballistic Jacket, Warm Mit Tech Polartec Hoodie and matching Vest available in three colorways. Other standouts include the Enter the Dragon Jacket, matching Joggers and Dragon Shell P 6-Panel Cap. Other offerings include the macabre Tri-Cusher Hoodie, Insert 1/4 Zip Pullover, Bulldog Knit and JK Knit Sweater. Rounding up the latest selection are additions to Palace’s “Basically a” line, coming in the form of the Basically a Longsleeve and Basically a Beanie in an array of color options.
Ten C x sacai Fall/Winter 2020 Collection
Juxtaposing sportswear and military wear in the unique hybridization technique of sacai is a concise range total of seven pieces. Defined by three distinct styles including a mods coat silhouette crafted with a fusion of sacai’s bal collar coat and Ten c’s PARKA, a blouson jacket with Ten C’s TEMPEST ANORAK interweaved on the side and finally, a down jacket with the ANORAK as the inside layer and sacai’s military padded liner on the outside. The collaboration also utilizes Ten C’s signature Original Japanese Jersey, a wind-resistant and water repellent fabric made of high-density knitted nylon and polyester fibers.
When: September 19