After another seven days, we return with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s shopping channel, carefully put together by our very own commerce content curator, Rhianna Matthews. After trawling through countless online stores, Rhianna is here to give you a solid helping of materialistic inspiration, with a selection of the latest and best in streetwear, sneakers, fashion, and lifestyle products. For more of the most up-to-date shopping news, be sure to hit the button below.
With this week’s selection of product presenting a tasteful palette of streetwear, high-end fashion, defining accessories, and even some aesthetically pleasing soap, Rhianna has scoured the web to offer a little something for everyone in the run-up to summer. Highlighted by some perfectly lightweight pieces, like the Buck Tar jacket from Eytys and a breezy Mesh Shirt from Stüssy, this week is rounded off with sporty sunglasses from Ace & Tate x CMMN SWDN and Maison Margiela. Alongside these picks are two footwear offerings from UNDERCOVER; one, a sneaker-inspired mountain boot with Nike, and two, a collaboration with Dr. Martens on the timeless 1461 derby.
So, without further ado, we’ll let Rhianna take it away with a piece-for-piece rundown, as if you needed any convincing.
Tibi Windbreaker Trench Coat – SSENSE Exclusive
“Tibi has just released a super clean, minimalistic collection over on SSENSE. This slightly transparent windbreaker trench is definitely a piece for the more fashion-forward man who doesn’t mind experimenting with a bit of pink. The detachable and adjustable belt allows you to wear the jacket more casually and open, or more shaped to the body. I’m really feeling this brand and I am looking forward to seeing what else will come from it.”
Eytys Buck Tar Jacket
“Eytys has dropped an amazing Buck Tar Jacket which, despite the look, is surprisingly lightweight. The brand stays true to its style with the blacked-out colorway and contrast stitching, and is perfect for those of us who, even in summer, cannot get away from wearing black.”
Cav Empt Mesh Zip Jacket
“The dope pieces CAV EMPT graces us with rarely disappoint. This lightweight mesh and polyester jacket is perfect for layering up and adding a bit of texture to your summery outfits. And since it’s made in Japan by the finest craftsmen, you can be sure that this piece is of the highest quality.”
BOTTER Flower Appliqué Shirt
“If you’re looking for an elevated Spring/Summer shirt, we may just have found the one for you. This beautiful appliqué BOTTER piece is crafted from poplin and cotton weave, and cut into a loose-fitting, oversized silhouette. This is the perfect piece if you are looking for something a bit different, or for something that adds a bit of color to the regular white shirt.”
Stüssy Mesh Shirt
“Stüssy released some dope summer essentials this week, and one of our favorites has got to be the turquoise Mesh Shirt. The piece is made from 100% polyester and features the brand’s logo tag over the front pocket. Perfect for the warmer summer days ahead.”
Nike Blazer Mid ’77 Vintage
“This is probably one of the cleanest pairs of Blazers I’ve seen in a while. The off-white color takes the edge off typically iced-out pairs, and the quality looks much nicer than the leathers, in my opinion. The majority of the sneaker is made from premium twill and is complimented with a gray suede trim around the toe. A subtle summer sneaker that can be worn with most outfits.”
Kiko Kostadinov x ASICS GEL-Sokat Infinity
“Kiko Kostadinov’s hugely popular ASICS collaboration continues with another round of fantastic designs. This time, the two brands take on the GEL-Sokat Infinity, which features a full-length, translucent midsole, borrowed from the GEL-Quantum Infinity, with heavier branding seen over the sneaker’s lateral side. It’s a somewhat sportier design in comparison to the duo’s earlier GEL-Deva 1 iterations, and comes in a range of fresh new colors.”
Nike Air Force 1 ´07 Premium
“Ok, Nike is giving us serious Big Swoosh Energy with this black-on-white Air Force 1. The pair has been modified with oversized branding, for people who just can’t get enough of the Swoosh.”