As another week draws to its end, Highsnobiety’s team of product curators has rounded up a selection of product highlights from the past seven days. Brought to you by Yulia Pankova — a curator with an affinity for off-kilter, unexpected gems — this week’s selection packs standout pieces from adidas, Jacquemus, Marni, and BODE.
Scroll down below to find out where you can buy the adidas Superstan, and more of this week’s best drops.
Raf Simons x Dr. Martens 1460 Boots
"I always love well-balanced collabs, and these 1460 boots by Raf Simons x Dr. Martens definitely fall under this category. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the iconic boots, and we've already seen BAPE's interpretation of the silhouette in January. Again, we are all very excited to see the remaining 10 collaborations."
Palace x adidas Golf Crew Neck
"Palace's collaborations with heritage sportswear brands like adidas always tend to emphasize iconic designs while modernizing them. It's as if they can take any dadcore sports piece and make it instantly wearable today. Be sure to check out the collection video here."
Acne Studios Monster-Jacquard Sweater
"The Monster-Jacquard Sweater by Acne Studios was created as part of a wider capsule collection with the 1990’s American toy franchise “Monster in My Pocket." The vintage-like monster print and asymmetric striped sleeve instantly makes me feel nostalgic."
Pop Trading Co. van Gogh Camp-Collar Shirt
"A very graceful way of using van Gogh's iconic Sunflowers print, shown here printed on a silk-satin shirt by Pop Trading Company."
Marni Split-Hem Virgin-Wool Trousers
"Dare I say Marni always has flawless garment construction? These Split-Hem Virgin-Wool Trousers need to become a 202 wardrobe staple."
Noon Goons Color-Blocked Cotton-Corduroy Trousers
"Noon Goon's new collection is full of colors and patterns. These color-blocked corduroy pants are a great entry product into some more colorful looks this season."
adidas Originals Superstan
"We're celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Superstar this year, and this iteration is part such celebrations. Maybe it's a very complex metaphor of the reality we're living in, where new is created from old. And as much as I love adidas and the idea of mixing different sneaker designs into one (NMD was a fine example some years ago), this one is a little awkward."
Nike Air Jordan 1 Low "Paris"
"This dreamy colorway from Nike’s recent “City Pack” is neutral enough to become your go-to sneaker for the warmer months ahead."
Clarks Originals Wallabee
"Love it or hate it, Wallabees are having a moment. How can you tell? Well, we're even getting pairs in daring colors such as this now."
Sandy Liang x Vans Sport
"This is my fave drop of the week, I'm not gonna lie. We're always speaking about the next generation of women’s sneakers and collaborations, and this collection by Vans and Sandy Liang just feels so relevant. It promises to resonate with all genders."
Hereu Blanquer Mary-Jane Leather Loafers
"We've been talking about Mary Jane shoes for men ever since Gucci's FW20 show, and more so, ever since they were worn by Harry Styles this week. So, if you wanna get ahead, why not try out these hybrid Mary-Jane Leather Loafers by Hereu Blanque?"
Polo Ralph Lauren Classic Sport Baseball Hat
"Just another #cute classic baseball hat from Polo Ralph Lauren."
Jacquemus Les Lunettes Soleil Acetate Sunglasses
'Les Lunettes Soleil' Sunglasses
Engineered Garments Embroidered Denim Pouch
"Bag trends come and go, but having a crossbody bag is always essential. I'm pleased to see this delicately embroidered denim bag from New York stalwart Engineered Garments. The silhouette promises to be both versatile and affordable."
BODE x Botticelli Ceramics Painted Porcelain Plate
"Here at Highsnobiety, we believe that personal style is important in all aspects of life, not just fashion. So, if you're looking for a beautiful interior piece, I suggest you consider this Painted Porcelain Plate by BODE and Botticelli Ceramics. Two brands that are young, but are outputting pieces with a timeless and romantic feel."
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