Best Style Releases This Week: The North Face x Supreme, Kith Spring 2, Palace x Mercedes-AMG, and More
From the latest Supreme x The North Face collab to second drop from Kith's Spring 2022 collection, here is a complete guide to this week's best style releases.
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The sunny weather may be fast approaching, but that doesn’t mean jacket season is over just yet. And plenty of brands are offering up great options this week, whether you want to try to get a few final wears in this season or stash it in the closet for next year.
Supreme and The North Face continue their longstanding collaborative history with some reflective goods, Noah is dropping Barbour jackets complete with Popeye graphics, nostalgic labels like Avirex are honoring the Tuskegee Airmen with leather jackets, and rising labels like C’est Bon are debuting their own take on the timeless varsity jacket.
Take a detailed look at all of these drops and the rest of this week’s best style releases below.
The North Face x Supreme
Kith Spring 2
Release Date: March 25
Where to Buy It: Kith stores and kith.com
Kith is dropping off the second offering from its Spring 2022 collection this Friday. The 78-piece drop consists of items like poplin coaches jackets, nylon tracksuits, tapestry jackets, chunky knit cardigans, denim pieces covered in logo embroidery, long bill Yankees caps, and more. Along with the apparel, the second installment of Ronnie Fieg’s Clarks Originals 8th St collection is set to debut highlighted by the Wallabee-inspired Rossendale and a moccasin/runner hybrid dubbed the Maycliffe. Hip-hop legend MA$E stars in the official campaign.
Palace x Mercedes-AMG
Noah x 'Popeye'
Virgil Abloh x Burton
Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy It: burton.com
Burton Snowboards has just released its capsule of snowboards and equipment designed by the late Virgil Abloh. While the boards and bindings have already sold out, there are still select men’s and women’s sizes available in the Photon BOA boots complete with Abloh’s signature arrow branding hit on the side panel. Along with the release, Burton will also be donating $300,000 over the next three years to support BIPOC snowboarders.