An archive sale with up to 80 percent markdowns, the resurgence of one of the most important brands of the 2010s, and a colorful array of essential pieces for the summer wardrobe from John Elliott highlight this week's best style releases.

Aside from Noah's big sale or Hood By Air's notable return to the marketplace, anyone looking to make some additions to thier fit rotation this week can also look forward to a collab from Rokit and Converse, the latest piece of jewelry from Chicago's Kristopher Kites, New York's Y,IWO dropping a special capsule with bodybuilding legend Ric Drasin, hoodies nodding to music legend David Bowie, and more. 

Check out a detailed guide to this week's best style releases below. 

Noah Archive Sale

Release Date: July 16
Where to Buy It: noahny.com
Price: TBD

Noah has announced an online archive sale that is set to launch this Thursday. It promises an array of T-shirts, hoodies, footwear, and accessories that trace the brand's five-year history. Samples, unreleased pieces, and vintage gear will be up for grabs and new items will be added to the site everyday over the course of a week. The best part, items will be marked down up to 80 percent off. 

Hood By Air "New World Citizen" T-shirt

Release Date: July 16
Where to Buy It: hoodbyair.world
Price: $100

The surprise return of Hood By Air was celebrated by many earlier this week. Shayne Oliver's brand is already set to release its first new product on Thursday. The "New World Citizen" T-shirt will be available in black or green. It is stamped with various HBA logos and a proud admission of being "Black Owned." Proceeds are being donated to various charitable organizations to support local communities, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, police reform, and the arts.

John Elliott Pre Fall/Winter 2020

Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy It: johnelliott.com
Price: $98-$198

John Elliott just released a handful of new colorways of its popular Beach Hoodie and Anti-Expo T-shirt. Plum, Pacific, and Carbon options are all available now. 

Human Made x Victor Victor Pop Smoke Merch

Release Date: July 19
Where to Buy It: humanmade.jp
Price: TBD

Ahead of the release of the deluxe version of Pop Smoke's Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon, Nigo's Human Made will be releasing two T-shirts in collaboration with Victor Victor Worldwide. The first sees the label's dog logo wearing a gold Pop Smoke chain, while the other features a dog above "Victor Victor" script.

Rokit x Converse

Release Date: July 16
Where to Buy It: rokit.one and the Greenhouse app
Price: TBD

Rokit has collaborated with Converse on a brand new three-piece capsule.  At the center of the project is a white Converse Pro Leather with orange Rokit branding hits and an icy blue sole. The sneaker is accompanied by a matching white hoodie and shorts complete with gradient prints, Earth graphics, and the phrase "Everyone Has a Place Here."

Kristopher Kites Barbed Wire Necklace

Release Date: July 18
Where to Buy It: ifakemakeclothes.com
Price: $165

Kristopher Kites is releasing a new necklace this weekend. The Chicago designer's latest creation is made up of translucent Cuban links debossed with kites. Clear barbed wire links crafted in collaboration with Ian Delucca act as dividers. 

Bodega Rose x Bape

Release Date: July 18
Where to Buy It: bape.com
Price: TBD

Bape has collaborated with New York-based artist Bodega Rose. Known for her unique planter designs, she has crafted a Jesmonite cast of one of Bape's most iconic products, the Bapesta. Although intended to be a planter first and foremost, the item can serve multiple uses around the home such as holding loose change or simply being displayed on the shelf in your apartment living room.

Y,IWO x Ric Drasin "Club Sweat" Collection

Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy It: yeahiworkout.com
Price: $40-$80

Gym-inspired brand Y,IWO (Yeah, I Work Out) has collaborated with artist and former bodybuilder Ric Drasin for the "Club Sweat" collection. The release includes typical weightlifting garb like boxy T-shirts, stringer tank tops, and shorts. The puff print illustrations seen across the release have been revitalized from Drasin's brand Big Boy Clothing that existed back in the '80s. 

Krink x Casio G-Shock

Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy It: krink.com and gshock.com
Price: TBD

Krink, a company known for its graffiti markers and ink, has joined forces with Casio for its first G-Shock collab since 2011. Celebrating the release of its Rizzoli book Krink: Graffiti, Art, and Invention, the design features a stainless steel silver bezel and black band stamped with white Krink logos. Read our interview with the founder of Krink here. 

Uniqlo UT x Boston Museum of Fine Arts "Ukiyo-E" Collection

Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy It: uniqlo.com
Price: $14.90

Uniqlo UT has collaborated with the Boston Museum of Fine Art for the "Ukiyo-E" collection of graphic T-shirts. Ukiyo-E is a Japanese art form that was prominent in the 17th through 19th centuries. Each design is inspired by a notable Ukiyo-E work such as the Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji series by Katsushika Hokusai or landscapes by Utagawa Hiroshige.

The Kooples 'Blondie and Bowie' Collection

Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy It: thekooples.com
Price: $88-$185

Parisian retailer The Kooples has decided to celebrate two rock n' roll legends—Debby Harry of Blondie and David Bowie. The nine-piece capsule includes vintage-inspired graphic T-shirts and hoodies that display various imagery ranging from Blondie's Heart of Glass album cover to photos of Bowie from 1972's Ziggy Stardust tour.

Dockers x Karla

Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy It: dockers.com and xkarla.com
Price: $128-$248

Dockers has released its second collaboration with Karla Welch's Karla. The unisex offering includes oversized trousers, pleated shorts, Japanese nylon work shirts, and anoraks. Each is available in Sea Pink or Harvest Gold colorways. Dockers marked the project with a donation to The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ+ youth.

Pangaia "Coral Reef" Collection

Release Date: July 17
Where to Buy It: thepangaia.com
Price: $40-$150

Pangaia's latest release aims to raise awareness for marine ecosystem preservation. The sustainable brand's "Coral Reef" collection includes T-shirts, hoodies, long sleeves, shorts, sweatpants, and crewnecks. Each is available in the six natural colors found in a coral reef: Seagrass Green, Red Sea, Starfish Yellow, Sea Blue, Marine Green, and Purple Coral.

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