Best Style Releases: Supreme, The North Face, KAWS, Denim Tears, and More
Supreme x The North Face Steep Techs, Kaws x General Mills cereal boxes, Denim Tears cotton wreath Levi's, and more great drops are highlighted in this round-up
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While many of us are likely shopping for Halloween costumes, it doesn’t mean your outfit has to solely come from Party City. Why not kill two birds with one stone and consider buying some fresh gear to complete the look? Thankfully, they’re plenty of great drops to shop from this week. For those looking to dress like an extreme skier this season, Supreme is releasing some new Steep Tech gear made in collaboration with The North Face this week. If you’re too lazy to go all out on a costume, KAWS has just released some Monster Cereal T-shirts to compliment his new collaboration with General Mills. And if you’re looking to tap in to some nostalgia, LRG has got your covered with the re-release of their “Friday The 47th” hoodie from 2007.
Check out drops from these brands, and others from Rick Owens, Denim Tears, and more, below.
Release Date: Oct. 13
Where to Buy It: Supremenewyork.com and Supreme stores.
Supreme will release a hefty drop this week that is led by a marquee collaboration with The North Face. As modeled in a lookbook featuring Bloody Osiris and Bloody Dior, Supreme’s latest collaboration with The North Face is an expansive collection that references icons from the outdoor label’s rich archive. This season, Supreme revived a classic Steep Tech Apogee jacket from the early-2000s. The jacket boasts plenty of pockets and motorcycle-esque padding that was originally designed for the most extreme skiing conditions. Additionally, Supreme will also release a 700-Fill down parka that revives The North Face’s Sagamartha Expedition Parka from the 1990s. Alongside these two key jackets, Supreme and The North Face will also drop Steep Tech backpacks, Steep Tech fleece hoodies, Steep Tech fleece pants, base layer pants, Steep Tech gloves, Steep Tech waist bags and a woven keychain. Aside from their collaborative collection with The North Face, Supreme is also set to drop New Era fitteds with box logos, denim baseball jerseys, brushed flannel twill shirts, and a new top with a graphic by Shaun Crawford.
Chito x NFL
Icecream x Crenshaw Skate Club
KAWS x General Mills
Release Date: Available Now
Where to Buy It: Thenorthface.com, The North Face stores, and select retailers.
The North Face has just released it newest apparel and gear for Fall 2022. The outdoor brand continues to celebrate its rich heritage while also looking towards a better future. One of the first collections to arrive from The North Face this season is the label’s first-ever circular collection, which includes styles designed consciously to minimize waste. Products within The North Face’s circular collection were meant to be easily disassembled and recycled at the end of the garment’s lifecycle. The circular collection includes pieces for men’s, women’s, and youth. Full-zip Polartec jackets, quarter zip fleeces, pants, unisex beanies, and more are now available. The North Face also kicked off their latest season with the second iteration of their “It’s More Than A Jacket” campaign by sharing a commercial featuring Japanese Breakfast’s rendition of the hit song “The Story.” Additionally, The North Face worked with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art this month to create a special one-day installation that exhibited North Face jackets from sponsored athletes such as Alex Honnold, designers like Angelo Baque, and artists such as RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan.
No Vacancy Inn
Release Date: Available Now
Where to Buy It: Denimtears.com
Denim Tears has just restocked its popular Levi’s denim jackets and jeans with cotton wreath motifs. Type-2 Levi’s Trucker Jackets along with Levi’s 501 jeans are now available in three different washes. While some pairs of jeans have already sold-out, there are many sizes still available. Denim is available in light wash, white, black, and selvedge options.