8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Supreme, Chrome Hearts, Raf Simons, NOAH and Stüssy.

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With another week upon us, we have yet another installment of our product drops series. Leading the list is the fifth drop from Supreme‘s Fall/Winter 2020 collection marked by a collaboration with Joel-Peter Witkin.

Accompanying its Week 5 release, Supreme has readied a team-up with the American artist centered around evocative imagery that disrupts conventional notions of mortality, desire and spirituality. The collaboration features a hoodie and two T-shirts, Supreme’s latest collaborative release features three of Joel-Peter Witkin’s images: Mother and Child (With Retractor, Screaming)Harvest, and Sanitarium, which inspired Alexander McQueen’s iconic 2001 “Asylum” presentation.

Other standout collaborations include a capsule from Stüssy and No Vacancy Inn, Raf Simons‘s FW20 Eastpak carrying range and Patta‘s reimagination of the Umbro Inter Milan UEFA Cup-winning 1993/94 away jersey. Additionally, this week we have the SANG BLEUAKILA Vantage 2.0 sunglasses capsule, Circulate‘s Black Out The Ballot “Registrar” T-Shirt, along with the NOAH x Barbour FW20 capsule. To round up this week’s drops is the online release of Chrome Hearts‘ Plunger, +22+/+33+ Scents and Nail Polish.

Chrome Hearts Plunger, +22+/+33+ Scents and Nail Polish Online Release

Chrome Hearts is continuing its foray into the digital retail realm with another rare chance to purchase items off its website. Leading the offerings is the 5 1/2” CH PLUNGER which features a hand-carved 18” ebony wood handle decorated with a sterling silver cap and wrap scroll. Aside from the bold oddity, Chrome Hearts is also releasing its established +22+/+33+ scents and nail polish online. Developed over a number of years, the unisex range features scents designed to be worn, burned along, or paired to create a subtle mood from home to body.

The EAU DE PARFUM and ROLL-ON PERFUME are 100 percent cruelty-free, vegan and handcrafted in France with crystal bottles capped with a rhodium-plated sterling silver closure. While the SOLID PERFUME is defined by a bold 925 sterling silver case marked on the rear with Chrome Hearts scroll logo and features an easy to refill design. Available

Available in 220 and 100-gram size options, the SCENTED CANDLE utilize natural wax and comes with intricately sculpted crystal holders. Another home scent choice is the INCENSE SET WITH HOLDER marked by a sterling silver holder and a set of black incense that exudes a spicy, citrus, strong, but warm and hypnotic rich sensual oils. Finally, the SCENTED NAIL LACQUER comes in six color options and also come packaged in a crystal bottle capped with a rhodium-plated sterling silver closure.

When: Now
Where: Chrome Hearts

Black Out The Ballot x Circulate “Registrar” T-Shirt

Ahead of what is being regarded as “the most important election of our lives,” Los Angeles’ Circulate is teaming up with Black Out The Ballot to mark National Voter Registration Day. Black Out the Ballot is a collective of creatives comprised of individuals assembled by Vizion Jones and Jen Bui who are committed to changing the infrastructure in disenfranchised communities to ensure racial equality, social justice, and financial empowerment.

Coming together on the “Registrar” T-Shirt, the duo looks to encourage more people to register and vote in the upcoming election that will dictate the next president, Supreme Court justices, local officials, climate change approaches and state of education. Circulate founder, Corey Populus, note that the design of the shirt came to him while watching a documentary on the Black Panthers, more specifically a poster from Bobby Seales campaign for mayor that stood out to him. The “Registrar” T-Shirt features “EACH ONE REGISTER ONE” on the front and “BECOME A REGISTRAR” on the back. But most importantly, the front of the T-shirt features a QR code that can be scanned by a smartphone to launch registration to become a voter.

When: Now
Where: Black Out The Ballot

NOAH x Barbour Fall/Winter 2020 Capsule

Adding to its lineup of big name collaborations, Barbour has now teamed up with NOAH on a FW20 capsule collection.

The latest special range sees the New York streetwear imprint reimagined a number of the British label’s established items. Leading the capsule is the waxed cotton Bedale Jacket and Beaufort Wax that are given subtle makeovers capped over by Barbour’s classic checked lining. Other notables include a co-branded hoodie, T-shirts emblazoned with images from ’80s and ’90s catalogs on the front and the collection’s slogan, “Who Cares If It Rains?” on the reverse. While waxed cotton holdall bags coming in yellow or patchwork and bucket hats round up the team-up.

When: September 24
Where: NOAH & Barbour

Supreme Fall/Winter 2020 Week 5 Drop

Continuing its major FW20 collaborations, Supreme has now returned to reveal its collaboration with Joel-Peter Witkin to accompany its Week 5 Drop.

The latest team-up is centered around the American artist’s evocative imagery that disrupts conventional notions of mortality, desire and spirituality. Comprised of a hoodie and two T-shirts, Supreme’s latest collaborative release features three of Joel-Peter Witkin’s images: Mother and Child (With Retractor, Screaming)Harvest, and Sanitarium, which inspired Alexander McQueen’s iconic 2001 “Asylum” presentation.

The accompanying Week 5 Drop is led by Watches Reversible Puff Jacket, Crochet Hoodied Zip-Up Sweater, Patchwork Hooded Sweatshirt and matching Sweatpants, Shop Hooded Sweatshirt and Paneled Jersey. Other standouts include the Two-Tone Work Shirt, Thin Stripe Polo, Ancient Shortsleeve Top, Work Pants and Cotton Cinch Pants. Headwear this time around comes in the form of the Crochet Crusher, New Era Shop Beanie, Cuff Stripe Beanie and Rainbow Knit Loose Gauge Beanie. While this week’s boldly branded accessories include Canvas Backpack/Tote and Wedo Step Stool in three colorways.

When: September 24, 11 a.m. EDT & Japan Release September 26, 11 a.m. JST
Where: Supreme Online

SANG BLEU x AKILA Vantage 2.0 Capsule

Revisiting their collaborative partnership, SANG BLEU and AKILA have come together once again for an updated Vantage sunglasses capsule. This time around, Maxime Plescia-Buchi’s legendary tattoo and design studio has applied a series of new design cues for new look.

The Vantage 2.0 frames are constructed of eco-conscious Mazzucchelli acetate with a comfier fit and three new colorways. The neo-classic silhouette features Visottica Comotec seven-barrel hinges with stainless steel temple cores and SANG BLEU’s branding typeface marked on the arms. Each pair of frames features scratch-resistant Optical Class 1 nylon lenses with 100 percent full UVA/UVB protection.

When: September 24, 11 a.m. PST
Where: AKILA

Patta x Umbro’s 93/94 Inter Milan Jersey

Keeping its ongoing work with British sports brand Umbro going, Patta utilized its appreciation for ’90s designs for its upcoming rework of Inter Milan’s UEFA Cup-winning 1993/94 away jersey.

The design celebrates the sash designs Umbro implemented that broke away from the traditional all-white away strip. Maintaining original classic details, the top features a heavy acrylic finish and the typically 90s cut, Patta has given the shirt an update by replacing the original sponsor with the Dutch brand’s logo.

When: September 25
Where: Patta Amsterdam, London, Milan

Raf Simons x Eastpak Fall/Winter 2020 Collection

Continuing their seasonal collaboration partnership going, Raf Simons and Eastpak have come together once again for another range of FW20 carrying options. Unveiled at Simons’ corresponding runway show, the range is centered around bold graphic detailing with some understated nods to the designer’s latest menswear collection.

The neutral grey wool shells found on the backpack, daypack and crossbody bag are decorated with scraps of fabric read “THEY CAN’T STOP US ALL” and “SOLAR YOUTH,” along with collegiate-shaped chenille “R” patches and faintly-patterned wool backings. Hardware comes in the form of white chains and matching D-rings that continue the contrasting design outlook established by the decorative applications.

When: September 25
Where: Eastpak

No Vacancy Inn x Stüssy Capsule

Stüssy and No Vacancy Inn have come together to celebrate shared sensibilities with a sophisticated selection of collaborative wearables that channel disparate influences into “an unfussy, authentic modern wardrobe.

Drawing inspiration from Weekend at Bernies, Hunter S. Thompson’s The Fight and John Lennon’s “Lost Weekend,” the duo have realized a capsule indebted to the effortless style of decades past. Comprised of a wide-wale corduroy suit, coat, tie-dyed sweater, graphic tee, branded sweatsuits and tote marked with No Vacancy Inn branding done in Stüssy’s signature handstyle. Standouts include a packable long coat, double-breasted, peak lapel blazer and simple sweatpants.

When: September 25
Where: Stüssy

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