Although only a few days in, the start to the month has already given way to some exciting collections and collaborations in the realms of both fashion and footwear. In that brief stretch, we’ve witnessed atmos and Nike take the wraps off a new sportswear collection, not to mention an official look at the NEIGHBORHOOD x Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ’70 silhouette. Looking to the week ahead, we thought to construct a post highlighting some of the more highly-anticipated releases to look out for.
Some Ware — ‘SW003 Purity’ Live in Los Angeles
Available for purchase now, Cali Thornhill DeWitt and Brendan Fowler’s collaborative label Some Ware has just released its very first record titled SW003 Purity. Approximately a year and a half in the making, Purity was recorded performing live in Los Angeles, which is now available in both LP and digital download form. For more info, drop by Some Ware’s site and have a listen for yourself.
ACRONYM 2017 Spring/Summer
Errolson Hugh’s ACRONYM imprint is primed and ready to release its 2017 Spring/Summer collection. Famed for its use of GORE-TEX materials and GORE WINDSTOPPER technologies, the brand has steadily built up a reputation for offering functionally-sound items that seemingly crossover into the mainstream lifestyle market. Shop the collection now at HBX.
Supreme Week 7 Drop List
According to Supreme Hustle out of Cape Coral, FL, a comprehensive mix of Supreme pieces will soon be up for grabs. Available in a barrage of vibrant colorway options, everything from chore coats, denim jackets, hoodies, crewneck pullovers and hockey-style jerseys will be up purchase. Complementary accessory items such as 5-panel caps, in addition to a lighter and keychain will too be ready for pick up on April 6.
NEIGHBORHOOD x Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70
NEIGHBORHOOD and Converse recently joined forces in creating a new iteration of the classic All Star ’70 model. The tonal black hi-top features a leather/canvas upper construction with a leather toe overlay bearing the phrase SHIFT. Providing a contemporary take on an old school classic, NBHD designer Shinsuke Takizawa drew artistic influence from both military and motorcycle design cues. Look for this new design to hit participating Converse retailers on April 6.
adidas Originals NMD R2 “Collegiate Navy”
With images first circulating back in January, this distinct colorway option of the adidas Originals NMD R2 is finally ready to make its debut to the public. Sporting a “Collegiate Navy” base, white stripes hit the upper all throughout with sharp accents of red landing on the EVA plugs and heel pull tab. Retailing for $160 USD, this new design will make its way to select adidas stockists on April 6.
Supreme Collaborations with Rap-A-Lot Records and Dr. Martens
Alongside the in-house releases and the Rap-A-Lot Records collaboration, Supreme will also drop its next iteration of Dr. Martens Rousden Creeper shoes in an array of suede colors like pink, green, black and white. Diamond quilted uppers and metal buckles round out the updated low-top shoe.
Kith Classics Spring 2017 Delivery II
Having recently just previewed the new collection, KITH looks to release it second drop for the 2017 season. Deviating ever-so slightly from the brand’s traditional silhouette styles, new variations on the hoodie find its way into the line up as does artistic renditions of various crewneck tops. The new delivery will be available in store and online as of April 7.
Dreamland Syndicate Dover Street Market Collection
Air Jordan 13 Navy
Jordan Brand awards its diehard collector and retro fans this week with the return of the Air Jordan 13 in its classic Navy rendition. The shoe, which saw its initial release back in 1998, will come correct in the original Navy color splashed against black premium leather along with University Blue Jumpman logos on the tongue. Check your local Jordan stockist April 8.