8 Drops You Don’t Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Supreme, CLOT, Palace, The Hundreds, NEEDLES, Advisory Board Crystals and more.

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With another week upon us, we have yet another installment of our product drops series.

STAPLE kicks things off with its Spring 2024 collection, blending work and leisure with modern tailoring. Following closely, Pawa Speed Sports draws inspiration from Japanese speed racing, offering bold graphics and functional pieces. The Hundreds‘ second delivery for SS24 bridges the brand’s past and future with a Morse code-inspired camo print. The collaboration between NEEDLES and Drake‘s OVO merges iconic motifs, while Advisory Board Crystals‘ “Critical Thinking 2” collection encourages a thoughtful engagement with its designs. CLOT‘s “CHANGE THE GENERATION” introduces new lines in womenswear and handbags, marking a fresh direction for the brand. Palace teams up with Umbro for a psychedelic football-inspired collection, blending rave culture with sportswear. Lastly, the Supreme x Toy Machine collaboration highlights the art of skateboarding, showcasing iconic motifs and designs. Together, these releases offer a rich tapestry of aesthetics and partnerships, setting a vibrant and dynamic tone for the Spring/Summer 2024 season.

Catch this week’s 8 drops you don’t want to miss below.

STAPLE Spring 2024

STAPLE’s Spring 2024 first drop merges work and leisure attire with modern, relaxed tailoring for the transitional season. Embracing a gorpcore aesthetic, the collection features functional pieces like multi-pocketed track pants and windbreakers, inspired by STAPLE’s 25-year legacy. Key items include a heavyweight waterproof fishtail trench, a quilted liner jacket with topographical graphics, a three-layer shell jacket and a Ripstop Cordura vest, alongside essentials like denim jacquard jackets, coaches jackets, hoodies, t-shirts and pants. With prices ranging from $65 to $550 USD, the collection is available online at STAPLE now, blending style and practicality for both work and casual outings.

Pawa Speed Sports Racing Collection

Pawa Speed Sports, a rising London-based brand, unveils a new collection inspired by Japanese street racing and the fusion of Japanese and British subcultures. Founded by Luc Szivo and George Pitassi, who have backgrounds with Aries, Maharishi and Garbstore, the collection explores a new dimension of British streetwear by blending elements from both cultures, including cars, manga, UK jungle music, and the vibrant street culture reminiscent of 90s BAPE and BBC Ice Cream skate videos. The collection features bold graphics on heavyweight cotton hoodies, tees, wool caps, knitwear, trousers and scarves. Highlights include the brand’s mascot depicted in Japan’s racing scene, a Speed Football Shirt with lively graphics, the P Knit Polo, Doggo Knit Sweater with custom graphics, Classic Pants with detailed embroidery and The Boy and Sakura Scarves featuring 3D graphics and animations. The collection is available on the brand’s official website, showcasing a unique blend of playful graphics and streetwear aesthetics.

The Hundreds Second Spring Summer 2024 Delivery

The Hundreds’ second Spring Summer 2024 delivery delves into the brand’s heritage while paving a path toward its future, reintroducing the Morse code-inspired camouflage print as a symbol of the brand’s ongoing conversation within street culture. David Rivera’s first complete collection for The Hundreds reimagines archival prints and classic silhouettes, blending past inspirations with contemporary design perspectives. The release features versatile Camp Convertible Pants that exemplify the dynamic essence of Los Angeles by transitioning between shorts and pants, alongside a fresh array of headwear and six new graphic prints. These graphics aim to contrast LA’s iconic Old Hollywood glamour against its raw street scene, with provocative messages like “Nothing is Sacred.” Available now on The Hundreds’ website, this collection embodies a seamless mix of functionality, comfort, and the brand’s core ethos, set to hit The Hundreds’ Fairfax flagship store this weekend.

NEEDLES x OVO First Collaborative Capsule

The Japanese brand NEEDLES has teamed up with Drake’s OVO for their first-ever collaboration, merging their iconic symbols: NEEDLES’ butterfly and OVO’s owl. This collaboration brings together both brands’ affinity for athletic-inspired attire, with NEEDLES being celebrated for its striped tracksuits and OVO for its cozy, versatile loungewear. The seven-piece capsule collection features two tracksuits in black and white, adorned with gold detailing, including stitched butterfly and owl logos and gold-threaded stripes on the jackets and pants, alongside the brands’ co-branded monikers. Beyond tracksuits, the collection offers a cream mohair cardigan with “October’s Very Own” spelled out, a distressed oversized dark plaid shirt and t-shirts in deep purple, black and cream showcasing a gold graphic that blends the NEEDLES butterfly with “OVO” lettering. A gray bandana with butterfly and owl motifs rounds off the collection, available in-store at Nepenthes Tokyo and online at NEEDLES and OVO.

Advisory Board Crystals Spring Summer 2024

Advisory Board Crystals’ Spring/Summer 2024 collection, “Critical Thinking 2,” designed by Remington Guest and Heather Haber, challenges the intellectual fashion enthusiast to engage with the present day through a thought-provoking wardrobe. Building on their 2020 “Critical Thinking” T-shirt capsule, the collection prompts wearers to question passive acceptance and encourages personal interpretation of its themes. The designers’ approach is reflected in a variety of garments, including varsity jackets adorned with ABC patches, windbreakers for a fictional “ABC TRACK” team, hoodies featuring tortoises and starry mushrooms, and items with educational institution-inspired crests. The collection also plays with academic and countercultural aesthetics through bleached cardigans, rugby shirts with “Sacred” script, jackets proclaiming “R.I.P. Society” and a mix of blazers, button-downs, and shorts that embody a scholarly vibe, alongside more rebellious pieces like trippy hoodies and furry trousers. This eclectic mix serves as the wardrobe for an imagined university’s diverse student body, from star athletes to stylish nerds and beyond. Now available on the brand’s official site, this collection invites its community to embrace critical thinking.

CLOT

CLOT’s “CHANGE THE GENERATION” Spring/Summer 2024 collection, a collaborative effort between Edison Chen and fashion designer Humberto Leon, redefines the brand’s iconic East-meets-West aesthetic. The collection introduces a fresh array of outerwear, apparel, headwear, and accessories, along with new lines of womenswear and handbags, emphasizing innovation while respecting tradition. Noteworthy pieces include the Leather Kimono jacket and the Stand Collar Jacket for women, which blend contemporary design with classic elements—the Kimono jacket updates the traditional martial arts uniform with modern materials and tailoring, while the Stand Collar Jacket features elegant cuts and colorful accents. The Silk Briefcase stands out in the accessories category, combining traditional Chinese motifs with a ’70s flair, presented in olive and black silk with a unique bamboo-like handle in bright colors. The collection’s color palette spans warm spring hues and stark contrasting tones, ensuring visual impact. Available online and at select JUICESTORE locations and authorized retailers, this drop marks a significant evolution for CLOT, aiming to inspire change across generations.

Palace Drop 6

Palace Skateboards, a prominent London-based streetwear label, has unveiled its Spring 2024 range, featuring its sixth drop and a notable collaboration with Umbro, continuing to celebrate British football culture and Umbro’s longstanding heritage. This latest offering includes a variety of lookbook items designed for the coming months, with heavyweight hoodies in colors like “Grey Marl” and “Deep Green”, alongside pieces adorned with the miniature Triferg emblem, GORE-TEX caps and Cordura Nyco RS Boonies. The collaboration with Umbro introduces a psychedelic football collection, showcasing jerseys, goalie, home and away kits in vibrant hues and tracksuits with contrast piping, all embellished with warped graphics and rave-inspired designs. The collection, highlighted by the collaboration’s unique take on football apparel, will be available online and in-store starting March 8 at 11 a.m. EST, with subsequent launches on Palace Japan’s webshop and the official “Palace_Skateboards” WeChat store on March 9.

Supreme x Toy Machine Collab

The Supreme x Toy Machine Spring 2024 collaboration brings the art of skateboarding into the spotlight, uniting Supreme’s streetwear dominance with Toy Machine’s iconic skate culture influence. Founded by artist and professional skateboarder Ed Templeton in 1993, Toy Machine has remained a pivotal force in the skateboarding world, celebrated for its satirical commentary and distinctive artwork featuring memorable characters like the sect, monster and devil cat. This collaboration pays homage to Toy Machine’s legacy and its contribution to skate culture, especially highlighting its influential skate video, “Welcome to Hell.” The capsule collection showcases Toy Machine’s iconic motifs across Supreme staples, including a Faux Leather Vest, Harrington Jacket, Sweater, Work Pant, three T-Shirts, a 5-Panel, Belt, Skateboard and a JBL Clip Speaker. Set for a global release, the collaboration will be available in the United States on March 7 at 11 a.m. EDT, and in Japan and Seoul on March 9 at 11 a.m. JST, celebrating the enduring impact of Toy Machine within the skate community and beyond.

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