The end of summer is just days away. So it’s time to pack away those swim trunks and sandals to make room for some proper autumn apparel. But it may be time to finally replace that trusted jacket hanging in your closet or that pair of jeans thats starting to get a little too distressed. Thankfully, there are a number of great drops this week to replenish your wardrobe.
Supreme is collaborating with Nike ACG for stylish and functional apparel. Denim Tears has released an unexpected collaboration with Skepta that celebrates the UK rapper’s recent foray into painting. Sky High Farm is dropping a charitable release with Balenciaga, Palace is releasing outerwear with Engineered Garments, and The North Face is collaborating with Gucci again.
This week is jam packed with standout releases. Check out all the details on how to cop these drops, and others from Gramicci, Brigade, Awake New York, and more below.
Supreme x Nike ACG
Release Date: Available Now
Where to Buy It: Denimtears.com
To celebrate Skepta’s collaboration with Sotheby’s for their Contemporary Curated series, Skepta has teamed up with Denim Tears on exclusive apparel. Skepta’s first painting, which is featured in his curated auction for Sotheby’s, built the foundation for the garments seen throughout the collection. A graphic T-shirt featuring Skepta’s painting, titled ‘Mama Goes To Market,’ kicks off the collection. Hoodies, tote bags, scarfs, and Levi’s 501 jeans flip elements from Skepta’s painting into unique patterns. The jeans, tote bags and hoodies are all hand-painted in Los Angeles.
Vrigil Abloh x Louis Vuitton x Assouline
Sky High Farm x Balenciaga
Polo Ralph Lauren x Bloomingdale's
Palace x Engineered Garments
Nanamica x Awake New York
The North Face x Gucci
Release Date: Sept. 16
Where to Buy It: Brigadeus.com
Brigade, a New York City-based lifestyle brand that was recently featured in ComplexLand’s ‘Brands To Watch’ space, has unveiled a collaboration with heritage clothing company Stan Ray. Originally founded in Texas in 1972, Stan Ray has specialized in crafting denim and workwear in the United States for nearly three generations. For this collaboration, Brigade has revived vintage denim last sold by Stan Ray in the 1990s, along with workwear apparel designed by Brigade. Raw denim jeans, orignal Stan Ray painter pants from the 1990s, “The World is Ours Work” shirt, a “Protect the Peace” bandana, and a “Wife Pleaser” script logo tank top will be available.