8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Featuring Wacko Maria, Carhartt WIP, Nike, Palace, Supreme, Comme des Garçons and more.

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

This week’s lineup of drops begins with the WACKO MARIA Spring Summer 2024 collection, which sees the brand teaming up with Jean-Michel Basquiat‘s estate for a series of Hawaiian shirts adorned with the late artist’s iconic works. Following closely is Palace Skateboards‘ Spring Summer 2024 drop 11, where the brand stays true to its streetwear roots while celebrating the Year of the Dragon. Then, we have Bode Rec. collaborating with Nike to pay homage to American sportswear history in their first joint venture, offering a collection that blends vintage charm with athletic functionality. Carhartt WIP and Progress Running Club come together to present a capsule collection that represents the “Work in Progress Running Club,” infusing classic design with athletic appeal. Richardson’s Spring Summer 2024 Drop 3 showcases a collaboration with artists Hajime Sorayama, Ataru Sato, and Rosie Marks, delivering a colorful array of printed wardrobe essentials. PORTER celebrates the 40th anniversary of its TANKER series with a collaborative capsule with COMME des GARÇONS, featuring distinctive helmet bags in multiple sizes and colors. Hypegolf and POST ARCHIVE FACTION (PAF) unveiled their first capsule collection, a refreshing take on golf apparel that combines chic, athletic appeal with comfort and functionality. Supreme rounds out the week with its Spring 2024 tee collection, featuring eight designs that include tributes to UGK‘s Super Tight album and unique graphics created by artist Josh Smith, showcasing the brand’s diverse cultural and artistic influences.

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

WACKO MARIA  Jean-Michel Basquiat Collection

WACKO MARIA introduced its Spring Summer 2024 collection featuring Jean-Michel Basquiat’s art, marking the fourth collaboration that includes all-over prints of Basquiat’s Equals Pi, Untitled (1984), and a self-portrait on Hawaiian shirts. True to WACKO MARIA’s style, these artworks are presented as canvases on their signature Hawaiian shirts. The collection, available at WACKO MARIA stores, authorized dealers and their online store, is priced at approximately $240 USD per shirt.

Palace SS24 Drop 11

Palace Skateboards unveils its Spring 2024, Drop 11, celebrating the Year of the Dragon with a range that includes Triferg hoodies with flamed dragon designs. The collection features the baseball-inspired Mesher Jacket in three colors, multi-colored Triferg logos, mesh football jerseys, shorts in three colorways and pieces adorned with bunny rabbit designs. Available online and in-store from April 12 in the US and UK, and April 13 in Japan and on the “Palace_Skateboards” WeChat store, this drop combines athletic aesthetics with artistic touches in a limited selection.

Bode Rec. x Nike Collaboration

Emily Adams Bode Aujla, a two-time CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year, announced her first collaboration with Nike, marking the launch of Bode Rec., her new activewear division. This collaboration, a significant milestone for Bode, emphasizes the influence of sports in America and draws heavily on historical references, with pieces inspired by American sportswear history spanning from the 18th to the 20th centuries. The collection includes sweaters, boat-racing jerseys, track shorts, pinnies, dickeys and the Bode Rec. x Nike Astrograbber sneakers, inspired by a 1970s model designed for better astroturf performance. Highlights include items that nod to significant moments in sports history, like the 1922 Olympics and the 1970s era of television and professional athletes. While it was revealed this week, the Bode Rec. x Nike collection is set to launch on April 18 via Bode’s website, featuring pieces that blend athletic functionality with vintage charm.

Carhartt WIP x Progress Running Club Collaborative Capsule

The Carhartt WIP x Progress Running Club collaboration celebrates the opening of Progress Running Club’s new East London store with a capsule collection that nods to 1980s running culture. This North London-based athletic outfitter and community hub has partnered with Carhartt WIP to offer a range of co-branded hoodies and t-shirts, featuring clean, classic designs in light heather gray accented with gold graphics. The pieces prominently display the Progress Running Club logo and a special PRC insignia incorporating Carhartt’s distinctive font. According to founder Mark Batista, the club aims to foster progress and triumph for runners of all levels. The collection, which also marks Progress Running Club’s recent expansion into Japan, will be available starting Thursday, April 11, exclusively on the Progress Running Club’s official website.

Richardson SS24 Drop 3 with Hajime Sorayama and Ataru Sato

For its Spring Summer 2024 Drop 3, Richardson has partnered with artists Hajime Sorayama, Ataru Sato and Rosie Marks to enrich its collection with a vibrant selection of art-infused apparel. This latest release showcases Sorayama’s “A11” T-shirt, featuring an illustration of the Statue of Liberty with the American flag backdrop, and Marks’ “Trash Penis” T-shirt, which presents a collage of provocative imagery in a cross shape. Ataru Sato contributes with his detailed “Post War” drawings on a white T-shirt, while the “Girls Longsleeve” displays monochromatic representations of women alongside Richardson’s logo. The collection also includes Flight Shorts in cotton poplin and nylon, offering functionality with multiple zippered pockets and an adjustable waistband, available in off-white and black. Completing the drop is the JAH Snapback Hat in off-white cotton twill with a contrasting black brim, featuring the gothic Richardson motif. The entire collection is now accessible on Richardson’s website, inviting fans to explore the diverse range brought to life by these three artists.

PORTER x COMME des GARÇONS 40th Anniversary TANKER

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of PORTER’s TANKER series, the brand has partnered with COMME des GARÇONS to launch a special capsule of helmet bags, designed by Rei Kawakubo. These bags are available in three sizes (medium, small, and extra small) and come in two colorways, black and grey. Made from nylon with a nylon taffeta back, each bag features two adjacent pockets and is accentuated with a detachable orange pouch that stands out with its large CDG lettering. The interior of the bags matches this vibrant orange theme and includes additional pockets and compartments for organization, along with an orange drawstring bag for extra utility. The COMME des GARÇONS x PORTER helmet bag capsule will be available for purchase starting Friday, April 12, at select PORTER stores, Yoshida Kaban’s official online store and the COMME des GARÇONS Trading Museum.

Hypegolf x POST ARCHIVE FACTION Capsule

Hypegolf collaborates with POST ARCHIVE FACTION (PAF) to launch a refreshing capsule collection, marking their first joint venture. Designed by PAF’s founder, Donjoon Lim, this collection comprises 11 styles, including T-shirts, polos, sweatshirts, windbreakers, skorts, pants, headwear, and accessories, all reflecting PAF’s knack for blending chic athletic aesthetics with functionality. The collection’s color scheme features classic monochrome, light gray, ivory, and dark teal, with standout pieces like the Woven Track Top with its distinctive diagonal and asymmetric zipper and the Perforated Windbreaker, designed for a customizable fit. The collection also introduces the Hypegolf x monzee ROBA Golf Headcover For Driver, a unique piece made in Japan, celebrating a three-way collaboration. Set to debut on April 10 at Seoul’s Galleria Department Store, with prices ranging from $80 to $1,500 USD, the collection will later be available globally on April 18 via HBX’s website and at HBX’s Hong Kong retail store from April 25.

Supreme SS24 Tees

Supreme’s Spring 2024 season continues to flourish with the unveiling of eight new graphic tees, amidst collaborations with MM6 Maison Margiela, Dr. Martens, and the launch of a new Shanghai flagship. This latest drop highlights a range of influences from the hip-hop realm to artistic contributions, notably featuring a tribute to UGK’s 1994 album “Super Tight” and a distinct graphic by New York artist Josh Smith. Other tees in the collection draw inspiration from various artistic and cultural references, including a nod to the Electromagnetic Brainology video installation, an all-over print by the Women’s History Museum, a ’70s-style “Pinline” graphic, a retrofuturistic “Tunnel” design, a “Teardrop” motif depicting a tearful girl, and a “Records” tee imagining a record label. Supreme enthusiasts can expect the Spring 2024 tee collection to be available online and in-store starting April 11, with a delayed release in China on April 13.

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