Undoubtedly the biggest release of the past seven days was the arrival this season’s dose of fresh Supreme Box Logos. Elsewhere, Palace returned with the second installment of its “Ultimo” collection while Soulland dropped its long-awaited Nike SB collaboration. The next week is also set to see some strong releases, with new bits from 032c, Ètudes and adidas Originals, as well as a series of collaborations from the likes of Sneakersnstuff and Patta.
This week also sees two new releases from Moscow-based KM20, as the Russian store celebrates its relocation with an ALYX collaboration and an exclusive collection from Off-White™. We’ve pulled together the 10 best releases from the next week, as well as all the information you need to cop.
032c “Berlin Kidz” Capsule
Having recently released its Frank Ocean-fronted “Berlin Kidz” issue, Berlin-based magazine and brand 032c has now dropped a corresponding merchandise capsule. The collection features three tees — two long sleeves and one short sleeve — all of which bare graphics taken from members of the Berlin Kidz collective. The full capsule is available now from the web store.
Ètudes x Gus Van Sant “Mala Noche” Sweatshirt
Paris-based label Ètudes has teamed up with American filmmaker Gus Van Sant to celebrate his directorial debut. The two parties have produced an oversized sweatshirt that features the original poster from 1988’s “Mala Noche.” The collaborative piece is available now from Ètudes web store for €250 EUR (approx. $295 USD).
KM20 x ALYX Capsule
Moscow-based store KM20 has celebrated moving to a new location by releasing a string of collaborations. Next up on that list is Matthew Williams’ ALYX label, with a two of the brand’s key pieces reworked for the store. Comprising of a rollercoaster belt and bomber jacket, the capsule features bright pink embroidery throughout. Both pieces are available now from KM20’s new location and web store.
Footpatrol x PUMA TSUGI Shinsei “Sashiko”
For its latest collaboration, London-based Footpatrol has taken on PUMA‘s TSUGI Shinsei silhouette for two Japanese-inspired takes. Coming in “Olive” or “Birch’ — although the latter is limited to just 100 pairs — the sneaker features Sashiko stitching details, beaded toggle laces and an upper of premium grain leather, nubuck and cotton canvas. The sneakers are available now from Footpatrol, and will be dropping via retailers including END. a week later.
AMI Spring/Summer 2018 First Drop
Alexandre Mattiusi‘s AMI has released the first drop of its Spring/Summer 2018 collection, and it sees the French brand stick to understated luxury. Featuring everything from suiting to leather jackets, along with chunky sneakers, the collection is packed full of refined staple pieces. The first drop is available now from the brand’s web store.
Patta x FILA Disruptor Low
Dutch label Patta has released a string of solid footwear collaborations this month, including pieces with Vans and ASICS. For its latest joint sneaker, the brand has taken on FILA‘s Disruptor Low silhouette and given it a 3M upgrade. As well as the 3M detailing, the “Antique White” sneaker also comes with a premium leather upper and embroidered branding. The sneakers are available now from the brand’s London and Amsterdam stores, and will hit the Patta web store on December 11.
Off-White™ “Temporary” Capsule for KM20
As well as the ALYX collaboration, Moscow’s KM20 is set to drop an exclusive collection from Off-White™. Titled “Temporary,” the collection features key pieces such as T-shirts, hoodies, shirts, jackets, pants, caps, belts and socks. All of the pieces feature the collection’s name in both English and Russian script, alongside a motif of a black panther. The full capsule is set to drop on December 12.
adidas Originals Montreal 76
Having initially released as an all-purpose sneaker for the 1976 Montreal Olympics, the Montreal 76 has been dug out of the adidas Originals archive and reissued. Coming in two colorways — navy with tonal detailing or monochrome — the pack sees the classic sneaker retain many of its original elements including its signature brown rubber foxing tape. The pack will be available via select retailers on December 13.
Sneakersnstuff x adidas Originals GORE-TEX “Stockholm” Pack
Swedish sneaker retailer Sneakersnstuff has continued its long running collaboration with adidas Originals for the “Stockholm” pack. The pack features two colorways — “Blue Night” and “Dark Burgundy” — and sees the sneakers wrapped in a weatherproof GORE-TEX upper. The “Blue Night” sneaker has dropped already, and the “Dark Burgundy” is set to follow its lead with a December 13 release date. Stay tuned to the Sneakersnstuff web store for more information.
J.W.Anderson x Converse “Glitter_Gutter” Pack
Following their heavily branded earlier collaboration, J.W.Anderson and Converse have worked together on a glittery pack. Featuring a selection of Chuck Taylor All Star ’70s as well as two brightly colored versions of the Thunderbolt ’84 silhouette, the pack was unveiled with a trailer from legendary director Larry Clark. Both silhouettes are set to drop via the J.W.Anderson and Converse web stores on December 14.