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Fashion August, 31 2014

What Dropped This Week | Supreme, Hood By Air, Moschino & More

We’re back with another grip of the best of men’s fashion, bringing you a curated selection of everything that’s dropped this week. As ever, a lot of this gear is extremely limited, so if you’ve missed out then better luck next time. Make sure you check in at What Drops Now for a daily updated, tightly curated selection of the best of streetwear, menswear, sneakers and more. Tuck in!

 

Stussy – Money Bucket Hat

Everyone’s favourite West Coast streetwear legend takes their signature scribblings to the next level thanks to this $$$-emblazoned bucket hat. Not exactly high brow, but if fashion isn’t fun then what’s the point?

 

Supreme – Fuck ‘Em Pullover

Outdoing Stussy in the irreverent all-over print stakes, Supreme’s eagerly anticipated return sees the release of this pullover printed all-over with the brand’s charming “Fuck ‘Em” catchphrase. It was tough narrowing the apparel down to just one highlight, so check out our full curated selection here.

 

Hood By Air – Centaur Boots

It wouldn’t be a What Drops Now roundup without some outrageously expensive, ostentatious high fashion footwear that screams “Who buys this stuff?”. This week’s entry comes from Hood By Air, with these Timberland-meets-cyborg boots. Kudos to anyone who can pull these off, you’re braver than us.

 

Uniqlo – Button Down Oxford Shirt

When we are so surrounded by lavish and outrageously expensive products it’s important to remember that it is still perfectly feasible to remain stylish on a budget. Uniqlo’s button down shirts come in all sorts of flavors and cost a mere $30 – we’ve shown the oxford here because a light blue oxford is a true menswear staple and will go with literally anything (seriously – prove us wrong). If you’re wanting to keep steezy on a budget, check out our Back To School Week list of stylish essentials under $100 here.

 

Supreme – Box Logo Ceramic Tray

Supreme’s ever-entertaining line of accessories continues with this ceramic tray sporting the brand’s iconic box logo. Not entirely sure what you’re supposed to do with this, but it’s a guaranteed sell-out regardless.

 

Taschen – Kate Moss by Mario Testino Book

The ultimate fashion photographer and the ultimate fashion icon are explored in this lengthy tome, providing a candid insight into their lives via interviews and previously unseen photos.

 

Moschino – Denim Cap

Hot on the heels of last week‘s Buscemi and HUF caps, Moschino enter the arena with an equally silly and equally expensive headwear piece. Quilted washed denim and OTT gold branding make for gaudy excess in typical Moschino style.

 

Cole Haan – ZeroGrand Brogues

Fusing formal dress shoes with hi tech Nike sole units, Cole Haan’s ZeroGrand brogues sport a left-field aesthetic that you will not find anywhere else – embodying the ‘high/low’ philosophy that is so present in fashion right now.

 

Ewing Athletics x Concepts – 33 Hi Reflective Sneaker

One of the better kept secrets of the sneaker world, Ewing Athletics’ 33 Hi sneaker screams throwback 90s b-ball style, and US retailer Concepts added to their long line of smash hit collaborations with a huge dose of reflective 3M on the sneaker’s tongue.

 

Levi’s Vintage Clothing – 1954 501 XX Jean

While futuristic ninja sneakers and sportswear-infused streetwear is making headlines in the blogosphere, there’s something comfortably reassuring about a beautifully aged pair of jeans. Denim OGs Levi’s heritage sub-line LVC have gone to painstaking ends to make their take on the 501 as beautifully aged as possible short of hiring out a time machine. Fans of the indigo dyed twill wanting some more content to sink their teeth into should check out our Denim Week from a few months back.

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