8 Drops You Don't Want to Miss This Week

With another week upon us, we have yet another installment of our product drops series. Leading the list is the sixth drop from Supreme‘s Fall/Winter 2020 collection marked by a collaboration with The Smurfs, along with Palace‘s Winter 2020 Week 1 drop.

Accompanying its Week 6 release, Supreme has readied a team-up with the Belgian comic series developed by artist Pierre Culliford and first published back in 1958. Comprised of a Leather Jacket, GORE-TEX Shell Jacket, Denim Trucker Jacket, Sweater, Hooded Sweatshirt, T-shirt, GORE-TEX Pants, Jeans, Beanie and Skateboard, the special range celebrates the familiar blue creatures’ playful charms.

Other standout collaborations include a series of benefit T-shirt from Grand Collection for iconic East Village restaurant Veselka, along with the WACKO MARIA x Dickies 2020 Workwear capsule. Additionally, this week we have Sterling Ruby‘s S.R. STUDIO. LA. CA. ”VEIL FLAG” in support of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), HAVEN‘s 2020 eyewear collection and Virgil Abloh‘s “Swing State” T-shirts for his canary—yellow label. Rounding up this week’s drops is PLATEAU STUDIO‘s FW20 collection, titled “SMOG”.

PLATEAU STUDIO Fall/Winter 2020 Collection

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Back for Fall/Winter 2020, PLATEAU STUDIO has returned with its latest seasonal collection centered around the theme of “SMOG.” Tapping into one of the most crucial and heavily discussed topics of the century, environmental pollution is tied into a reflection of the mental health issue in modern-day society.

The expansive nature of the FW20 offerings serves as a representation of both climate change and the drastic shifts in one’s emotional state of mind. Fueled by newly introduced styles, some notables include multiples styles of quilted jackets, plush wool knitwear and trousers designed with unique cuts and fits. Straying from its usual minimalist outlook, the latest season sees a focus on a bolder sensibility and variations on traditional fits. Additionally, purposeful textiles marked by low saturation of colors and shades of gray are used throughout the collection to build on the “SMOG” theme.

When: Now
Where: PLATEAU STUDIO

WACKO MARIA x Dickies 2020 Workwear Capsule

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Coming together once again, WACKO MARIA and Dickies have reunited for a bold workwear capsule.

The range is comprised of a selection of chore coats and pleated trousers in colorways of black, brown and purple. Additionally, each jacket is stamped with GUILTY PARTIES” branding at the upper left chest, placed above a woven “Dickies” patch logo. Additional details include corduroy collars and silver-toned buttons, alongside a rich leopard pattern in the inner lining completes the piece. The chore coat’s matching pants come with a semi-relaxed fit, complemented by subtle pleating throughout the legs.

When: Now
Where: WACKO MARIA

Virgil Abloh canary—yellow “Swing State” T-Shirts

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To encourage voter turnout, Virgil Abloh has put together “Swing State” T-shirts under his canary—yellow label. Bringing attention to the upcoming United States presidential election, the tees encompass 13 states and present a sticker-style “I Voted” graphic on the front and denote a state with blue fill on the rear’s map of the US. Additionally, each shirt features a neon green “ABLOH” print tag hanging down from the collar.

The 13 states included are Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin. The base of the tees is constructed of roughly five plastic bottles and .26 pounds of fabric scraps, saving 63 gallons of water in total. Finally, 100 percent of proceeds will be donated to Abloh’s Post-Modern Scholarship Fund, a platform to aid Black students in their creative careers.

When: Now
Where: canary—yellow

HAVEN 2020 Eyewear Collection

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Continuing to add to its in-house releases, Canadian retailer HAVEN has now prepared a 2020 eyewear collection.

In line with its previous releases, the assemblage combines modern craftsmanship with classic design. Made in Sabae, Japan, the frames range from wide hexagonal cuts to slimmer rectangular shapes, the frames of each eyewear in the range is handcrafted using plant-based cellulose acetate. Each piece in the lineup features a metallic hexagon motif at the end pieces, while its core wires are engraved with a sleek hexagonal pattern that runs beneath the outer layers of the semi-translucent temples. The Shield is a geometric frame that serves as a modern take on the U.S. military’s standard-issue “Birth Control” sunglasses. While the Coast is slimmed spin on the Wayfarer with exaggerated lines and polished curves. Both silhouettes come in colorways of Black, Smoke and Amber, offering either optical or sunglass lenses.

When: Now
Where: HAVEN

S.R. STUDIO. LA. CA. “VEIL FLAG” In Support of ACLU

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Sterling Ruby‘s S.R. STUDIO. LA. CA. is now expanding its scope to fashion, homeware, art, and politics together with its ”VEIL FLAG” in support of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

The “VEIL FLAG” can be hung on your wall or thrown over your sofa, as much as it is a piece of clothing, large enough to drape over your shoulders as a shawl. Limited-to-50 pieces, Sterling Ruby constructed the S.R. STUDIO. LA. CA. “VEIL FLAG” in a unique multi-tone mineral washed denim.

When: Pre-Order Now
Where: S.R. STUDIO. LA. CA.

Veselka x Grand Collection T-Shirt Collaboration

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Undoubtedly one of the industries hardest hit by the Coronavirus pandemic, for months the restaurant industry has faced unprecedented struggles brought on by social distancing measures and forced closures. Amongst the independently owned names that have faced tough times is iconic East Village restaurant, Veselka. Opened in 1954, the destination has stood as a staple of the New York community serving traditional Ukrainian food 24 hours a day.

New York skate brand, Grand Collection has partnered with Veselka on a set of collaborative T-shirts celebrating its place in NY culture. Leading the collaboration is a duo of logo tees that builds on the gold and maroon motif that has served as part of the restaurant’s signature look for years. Accompanied by another duo tees emblazoned with an illustration of Veselka’s classic homemade Varenyky Pierogi accompanied served boiled or fried with sautéed onions and sour cream. It is important to note that all proceeds from the sale of the T-shirts will be given to the restaurant to help ease the financial burdens it has faced helping it cover costs and remain open.

When: September 30, 11 a.m. EDT
Where: Grand Collection

Supreme Fall/Winter 2020 Week 6 Drop

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Continuing its major FW20 collaborations, Supreme has now returned to reveal its collaboration with The Smurfs to accompany its Week 6 Drop.

The latest team-up is centered around the Belgian comic series developed by artist Pierre Culliford and first published back in 1958. Comprised of a Leather Jacket, GORE-TEX Shell Jacket, Denim Trucker Jacket, Sweater, Hooded Sweatshirt, T-shirt, GORE-TEX Pants, Jeans, Beanie and Skateboard, the special range celebrates the familiar blue creatures’ playful charms.

The accompanying Week 6 Drop is led by the Curve Logos Ripstop Jacket and matching Pants, Globe MA-1 Bomber Jacket and Enterprises Hooded Sweatshirt. Other notables include the Jacquard Stripe Twill Shirt, Marble Silk Shortsleeve Shirt, Velour Baseball Jersey and Washed Shortsleeve Tee. Headwear this time around comes in the form of the New Era World Famous Box Logo Fitted, Logo Stripe Jacquard Denim Camp Cap, Logo Stripe Jacquard Denim Crusher and Multi-Pattern Beanie. While this week’s boldly branded accessories include the Shure SM58 Vocal Microphone and Webbing Keychain in four colorways.

When: October 1, 11 a.m. EDT & Japan Release October 3, 11 a.m. JST
Where: Supreme Online

Palace Skateboards Winter 2020 Week 1 Drop

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After delivering its Winter 2020 lookbook shot by photographer Letty Schmiterlow, Palace has now prepared the first drop of its seasonal range filled with cheekily-altered menswear staples, technical outerwear and streetwear essentials dressed in a variety of ways with the signature Tri-Ferg logo.

As expected, the collection features a heavy offering of outerwear including an array of puffer jackets, GORE-TEX assisted parkas, unique light shells, fleece options and luxe suede bombers. Although we don’t have a full look at the Tri-Ferg graphics prepared for the season, teasers have revealed that a main design take on the signature motif will draw from the iconic look of a pint of beer. Layering for the colder weather ahead also serves as a focus with quilted flannels, striking crewnecks, knitted sweaters and embroidered hoodies leading the mix. Other standouts include denim jacket and jean sets, stained glass decorated styles, patchwork and patterned button-ups, sports-themed jerseys and a range of warm headwear.

When: October 2, 11 a.m. EDT & Japan/China October 3, 11 a.m. JST/CST
Where: Palace, “Palace_Skateboards” WeChat store
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