Cop It, Then Rock It

For our latest Editor’s Picks, Highsnobiety’s resident shopping expert Nigel Minani shares his favorite pieces to shop right now.

From Stranger Things’ action figures to an Astro Moto Jacket compliments of Helmut Lang, Nigel’s picks are both eclectic and unique. He’s got an eye for style that blends history with pop culture, while keeping in mind that we all crave a little comfort. This list of five is bound to ensure that whatever you spend your money on will be worth every penny.

Check out the choices below, then head over to our designated shopping section for more must-cop items.

“The cap is back. And we’re not referring to pre-distressed versions of baseball caps as seen on frat boys, but something so much more stylish. Leave it to Comme des Garcons to transform this old school favorite into something covetable and not to mention, comfortable. Composed of wool, with embroidered “boys” above the bill, this cap is cleverly designed to fit all size-heads. Its warm texture will see you through the chillier months in style.”

032c is not your average fashion publication and has become synonymous for well, being cool. Its latest collaboration is yet another example of why they remain one of the hottest publications to date. Take this long sleeve white T-shirt. Part comfort and part art, the image of a headless Columbian beauty queen is both eery and beautiful. We’re digging it.”

“Still pining for the second season of Stranger Things, let these action figurines appease that hunger.”

GmbH’s slant on a military hoodie is ingenious. According to Nigel, “I have never seen something so clean and technical, so simple and yet so crazy with its pockets and zips.” Cop-worthy in every aspect if you ask us.

“As part of its re-editions, Helmut Lang re-released serious grail material with this Astro Moto jacket which first appeared in 1999. If you’re willing to pay over 1k for a Sup x TNF jacket from the late 1990s, then by all means, go cop a piece of history!”

Words by Molly Hannon
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