HBX Archives is back for its 23rd consecutive week and this time around it offers some of the strongest pieces to drop thus far. Typically HBX Archives‘ sources come across coveted pieces of Supreme and Palace, littering in collectible BAPE garments and rare sneakers from the years gone by, but this time around the drop delivers a collection that’s subtle, informed, and at times avant-garde if you will, centered around plenty of COMME des GARÇONS and a smattering of
Launched in 2016, HBX Archives has become one of the Internet’s go-to destinations for sourcing unique and hard-to-find pieces. From brands like Supreme and Off-White™ to sacai and Stone Island, HBX Archives sources sought-after releases from years gone by to sell via its online webstore.
For week 23, HBX Archives presents standouts such as the COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT tri-color combination nylon jacket, which features a circular pattern on it that becomes part of the jacket’s design itself. More circles are found on COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT’s tartan and polka dot shirt, while stripes inform the COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT piped blazer and COMME des GARÇONS HOMME PLUS‘ two-tone deconstructed striped blazer and the black shirt that’s finished with studs.
Another key piece this week is the Stone Island ripstop top, which is presented in a signature khaki tone alongside Stone Island house cues such as the chest logo patch and a zipper on the rear. Leaning further into the avant-garde realm is ACRONYM‘s Nike Air Force 1 Hi SP, while rounding out the selection of sneakers is a pair of OAMC x adidas Type O-4 backless mule-like shoes and the coveted CMSS x New Balance 996, as well as the Commonwealth x adidas Consortium ZX500 RM.
Every week HYPEBEAST will continue to preview its releases from HBX Archives to give you the best chance of getting your hands on a rare and sought-after piece. Take a look at everything that’s dropping on HBX Archives for week 23 above, and shop the collection (and much more) on the HBX Archive’s website from today.
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