With another week behind us, we're back with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s shopping channel, featuring insights from our very own Commerce Content Curator, Nigel Minani. After trawling through countless online stores, we're bringing you a curated selection of our favorite new drops in streetwear, sneakers, fashion, and lifestyle, separating the best from the rest. For more of the most up-to-date shopping news, be sure to hit the button below.

This week's picks include stand-out pieces from Travis Scott's Jordan collab, Opening Ceremony, Wu Wear, Stüssy and ROKIT, to name a few. We'll let Nigel take it away with piece-by-piece rundowns, and as always, be sure to let us know what you're feeling in the comments.


TREKKIE Waistbag



Buy at ROKIT

"For such a young brand, ROKIT has been killing it lately. With key collaborators like PLEASURES and Club75, ROKIT is finding its way to the top of the streetwear pyramid. If you want to get in on the brand before it completely blows up, this logo-heavy waistbag is the best option available right now."

Chinatown Market Smiley Basketball

Smiley Basketball


Chinatown Market

Buy at Urban Outfitters

"Mike's been having a lot of fun with his brand and he shows no sign of slowing down. This Urban Outfitters-exclusive basketball is the latest and best example. Who wouldn't want to make product like this? Keep it coming, Mike."

BONNE Amsterdam De Rrusie Suit

De Rrusie Suit


BONNE Amsterdam

Buy at BONNE Amsterdam

"Based in Amsterdam, BONNE is one of my favorite European brands. It just dropped a newer version of its signature Seven-Day Suit. As the name suggests, you can wear these suits literally every day. This is a dope, modern interpretation of workwear and a great alternative for those who usually wear tracksuits."

Nike Benassi DJI Fanny Pack

Benassi JDI Fanny Pack



Buy at GOAT

"This one doesn't really need an introduction. By now, you'll probably have seen these slides all over the 'net, and I guess you'll have wondered how many grams these little pockets can fit (no judgment here). Needless to say, these fanny pack slides sold out instantly. You can still cop them at GOAT, though, just with a higher price tag than retail."

BYBORRE Spectrum T-Shirt 3

Spectrum T-Shirt 3




"This T-shirt is the latest outcome of BYBORRE, an0ther Amsterdam-based brand, which focuses on new knitting technologies. This tee is a one-of-a-kind-piece and a little taste of what the brand has in store for its upcoming FW18 collection. All the tech-heads out there will definitely appreciate."

Aimé Leon Dore ALD Zippo

ALD Zippo


Aimé Leon Dore

Sold Out at Aimé Leon Dore

"Aimé Leon Dore is the perfect mix between classy and street, with a slight heritage approach. Never about hype, the brand is always about quality, and this new branded Zippo lighter is a perfect example — it also comes with a lifetime warranty."

Opening Ceremony Mirror OC Tote Bag

Mirror OC Tote Bag


Opening Ceremony

Buy at Opening Ceremony

"This dope tote bag from Opening Ceremony is an absolute head-turner. Killa Cam would definitely approve!"

Jordan x Travis Scott Air Jordan 4 'Cactus Jack'

Air Jordan 4 'Cactus Jack'


Jordan x Travis Scott

Buy at Stadium Goods

"Travis Scott's latest Jordan collaboration released this weekend. Besides it being Travis' sneaker, the nubuck upper and custom heel panel are more than enough reason to cop. If you weren't lucky enough to grab one, these will definitely be available via reselling websites like Stadium Goods, GOAT or Flightclub."

Wu Wear Logo Joggers

Logo Joggers

Wu Wear

No Offers

"As part of thedropLA@Barneys, Wu Wear released a number of exclusive pieces at Barneys. I love that they're still very involved in the culture. These sweatpants with the signature Wu-Tang logo are my favorite piece, but product availability is limited, so you better act fast!"

Rick Owens x BIRKENSTOCK Boston



No Offers

"The dark-fashion-lord himself Rick Owens has his own Birkenstock now, proving once again that he's low-key the fashion GOAT. Who else would be able to turn an iconic hippie piece into the baddest house shoe around? If these are not your speed, at least consider copping a pair for your dad."

Supreme x The North Face Snakeskin Taped Seam Pant

Snakeskin Taped Seam Pant


Supreme x The North Face

Buy at Supreme EU

"Supreme and The North Face's latest joint dropped this week and, miraculously, it hasn't sold out yet. Granted, green snakeskin might not be everyone's color, but, let's be fair, Supreme has put out far more difficult designs. This is exactly the type of collection that needs time to grow on people — you'll see someone flexing a piece on IG in a few years, and instantly regret that you passed on it. Well, here's your chance to get ahead of the wave."

Stüssy Panther Shirt

Panther Shirt



Buy at Urban Outfitters

"This shirt is one of the key pieces from Stüssy's SS18 collection, and definitely a strong summer-ready piece to add to your rotation."

visvim Skagway Low Dogi

Skagway Low Dogi





Buy at Slam Jam

"I'm not gonna lie, visvim is a brand for those with money to spend. However, it's also worth investing in, as its pieces are made from premium materials and are created to age very well with time. This is your chance to sell some of your hype shit, and get yourself a pair of grown-up sneakers."

adidas Originals Futurepacer Boost



adidas Originals

Buy at adidas

"This is a dope new futuristic silhouette from adidas, pairing the Micropacer with Boost technology and a partially reflective upper. These are the better alternative to this week's Yeezy 500, if you ask me."

Master &n Dynamic x Leica MH40



Master & Dynamic x Leica

Buy at Farfetch

"Master & Dynamic x Leica are two brands that know their craft, and both shaped their respective industries. Here, they joined forces to create this collectible pair of headphones — a definitive must-cop."

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