This week brings forth a ton of new collaborations that many people will surely be after. Kith has a colorful capsule with New Balance arriving on Friday, OAMC and Fragment Design have joined forces on a series of military surplus-inspired pieces, Puma reintroduces its collection with The Marathon Clothing in honor of Nipsey Hussle, and Fear of God made hoodies for a gym. 

Other drops include new jackets from John Elliott, a nod to old school hip-hop with Rock the Bells apparel from LL Cool J, and the latest season of Kappa. Check out a more detailed look at all of this week's best style releases below. 

Kith x New Balance 'The Colorist' Capsule

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Image via Kith

Release Date: Jan. 31
Where to Buy It: Kith stores and kith.com
Price: TBD

Kith has partnered with New Balance for "The Colorist." The capsule collection showcases Ronnie's obsession with finding the perfect color palette. The result is track pants, jackets, hoodies, and long sleeve T-shirts sporting ombre tie-dye washes. The highlight of the lineup is two pairs of the New Balance 1700. Each colorway features its own combination of 10 different colors of premium suede.

OAMC x Fragment Design 

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Image via OAMC

Release Date: Jan. 30
Where to Buy It: oamc.com
Price: TBD

OAMC and Fragment Design have come together to design a charitable collection of military-inspired garments. The seven-piece drop includes an M-65 field jacket, Peacemaker liner, sweatshirts, T-shirts, and a Swiss Army bottle. Each sports the signature lightning bolts of Hiroshi Fujiwara's imprint in bright colors alongside the word "Peacemaker" on the back, as well as more subtle OAMC branding. Partial proceeds from sales of the water bottle will be donated to Charity: Water, a non-profit providing clean drinking water to developing countries.

Puma x TMC Collection

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Image via PUMA and The Marathon Clothing

Release Date: Feb. 1
Where to Buy It: puma.com and other select retailers
Price: $40-$100

Puma is continuing to honor the legacy of the late Nipsey Hussle by reissuing its collaboration with his clothing brand, The Marathon Clothing, this weekend. Pieces like tracksuits, T-shirts, and the California sneaker will be returning in multiple colorways. A portion of the net proceeds will be donated to the Neighborhood “Nip” Foundation. Puma decided to celebrate the return of the products with special campaign imagery featuring Lauren London, YG, and some of Nipsey's closest friends and family. 

LL Cool J 'Rock the Bells' Collection Drop 1

Rock the Bells Jacket
Image via Rock the Bells

Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy It: rockthebells.com
Price: $45-$595

LL Cool J has officially launched the first collection of Rock the Bells apparel. Key pieces include hoodies with a gold chain and medallion graphic printed across the chest, graphic T-shirts displaying imagery inspired by graffiti and vintage hip-hop party flyers, and even a varsity jacket in collaboration with Roots made to resemble the one worn by LL Cool J to celebrate the launch of Rock The Bells Radio.

John Elliott Bogota Bomber Jackets

John Elliott Bogota Bomber
Image via John Elliott

Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy It: johnelliott.co
Price: $1,498

John Elliott has introduced the Bogota Bomber Jacket. The piece is currently available in tan suede and black leather options. Each feature premium details like Riri zippers and were crafted in Los Angeles.

Fear of God x AARMY Hoodies

Fear of God x AARMY
Image via Publicist

Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy It: AARMY pop-up locations (NY and LA)
Price: $195-$225

Fear of God's latest collaboration might seem unconventional at first, but it is actually a family affair. Jerry Lorenzo has crafted special hoodies and T-shirts for luxury gym AARMY, which is co-founded by his sister Angela Davis. Each displays a large AARMY logo across the back shoulders or chest. The hoodies showcase Fear of God's signature logo plaque at the top of the hood. The gym has been frequented by such names as JAY-Z and Beyoncé.

Kappa Spring 2020 Collection

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Image via Kappa

Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy It: kappa-usa.com
Price: $45-$100

Heritage Italian sportswear brand Kappa returns with its latest offering for Spring/Summer 2020 including new colors in its signature tracksuits, logo hoodies, and T-shirts. A constant seen through the lineup is the taped seams covered in Kappa's signature branding. 

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