After another seven days, we return with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s shopping channel, carefully put together by commerce content curator, Rhianna Matthews. After trawling through countless online stores, Rhianna has rounded up 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 winter approaching fast, Rhianna’s bi-weekly selection features a range of products set to see you through the colder months in style. Kicking things off, Rhianna has selected a selection of coveted sneaker releases, including the Bodega x New Balance 997S “No Bad Days” and the adidas Originals YEEZY Boost 700 V2 in an icy “Hospital Blue” colorway. But what is any fresh pair of sneakers without an equally impressive outfit? Understanding this, the selection below features a pair of daring pants from C2H4, a standout piece from the recent Uniqlo x Verdy collection, and a Marcel Breuer-inspired hoodie from the Highsnobiety x Bauhaus-Archiv collection. And last, but certainly not least, Highsnobiety Magazine Issue 19 is finally here! Learn more about it here and pick up your copy below.
So, without further ado, scroll through Rhianna’s selection below to shop the coveted Bodega x New Balance 997S sneakers and more of this week’s best drops.
Uniqlo U Reversible Fleece Jacket
“Something I’m sure you have all been waiting for… the latest Uniqlo U collection. As expected, the brand delivers a range of premium pieces for the Fall/Winter season. A highlight piece has to be the Reversible Fleece Jacket. Sure to last you this winter, and many more to come.”
Highsnobiety Breuer Hoodie
“Marcel Breuer’s Wassily Chair is arguably one of the Bauhaus movement’s most iconic productions. On the hoodie we show the very first prototype created in 1925 by one of Breuer’s students. Our hoodies are cut-and-sew garments developed from scratch and feature everything we’re looking for in a great hoodie. There are only a few sizes left, so best be quick!”
Uniqlo x Verdy Long-Sleeve Hooded Sweatshirt
“Verdy adds some heavy graphics to his latest Uniqlo collaboration and comments, ‘Just when I was thinking that I wanted to share my graphics more broadly, I thought that UT would be a good way to introduce my work to a wide range of people who don’t know who I am, and agreed to the collaboration.’ He then went on to say, ‘The idea of Break the Mold, or pursuing new challenges, is something that I feel all the time. In these and other graphics, I incorporate the messages that occur to me in everyday life.’
Namacheko Rezyane Oversized Knit
“Woah! Namacheko went crazy on its latest range of oversized knit sweaters. This particular piece is made of a 50% baby mohair and 30% polyamide mixture, making for the perfect statement piece that is as beautiful as it is practical.”
Noon Goons Planet Protection T-Shirt
“Noon Goons is one of many brands reducing its carbon and ecological footprint by implementing more eco-friendly processes to its production and supply chain. The brand recently released a Planet Protection T-Shirt capsule, made of 100% cotton and featuring a graphic promoting the movement over the chest.”
Engineered Garments Fatigue Trousers
“Engineered Garments’ Fatigue Trousers make for the perfect Fall piece. Flaunting a color-blocked construction in a palette of greens, the pair promises to elevate even the most basic of outfits.”
C2H4 “Post Human Era” STAI Buckle Track Pants
“C2H4’s FW19 collection has, as expected, absolutely smashed it! The collection consists of noticeably more tech-heavy pieces, with one of our favorites being the “Post Human Era” STAI Buckle Track Pants.”
Needles H.D. Military Pants
“Needles recently released a military version of its now-recognizable H.D. Pant. The oversized, billowing silhouette is hand-crafted in Japan and promises to compliment any other Japanese design gems you might have hidden in your closet.”
Bodega x New Balance 997S “No Bad Days”
“Much like the “No Days Off” release, the “No Bad Days” 997S is a hard-wearing silhouette fully intended for daily use. The design’s upper is exceptionally detailed and includes a distressed suede, dimple-embossed neoprene and some refreshing colors and graphics dotted throughout.”
adidas Originals YEEZY Boost 700 V2 “Hospital Blue”
“Ye’ just lifted the covers on his latest YEEZY 700 V2 colorway. Dubbed “Hospital Blue,” the release features a clean grey/blue upper with reflective detailing and suede highlights throughout. Pretty fresh!”
Loewe Striped Brushed Wool Scarf
“This Fall-ready Loewe scarf is spun from lightweight wool yarn and brushed to have a beautifully soft finish. The scarf is embroidered with varsity logo lettering and finished with a fringed edge.”
Jil Sander Wide Logo Scarf
“The Wide Logo Scarf from Jil Sander features a beautifully simple design, aligning perfectly with the brand’s less-is-more ethos. A definite pick-up for the colder days ahead.”
Carne Bollente Stefano Rigatto Socks
“Highlighting Carne Bollente‘s FW19 collection are these socks made from a soft cotton-blend fabric and finished off with a suggestive graphic print – a trademark of the brand.”
Polo Ralph Lauren Classic Sport Cap
“Polo Ralph Lauren are the best at creating elevated staples. This is one of three corduroy caps recently released by the brand, and to be honest, I think everyone needs one!”
Highsnobiety Magazine Issue 19
“And here it is… Issue 19 of Highsnobiety’s print publication! Featuring story highlights from Michael B. Jordan, Blondey McCoy, Marine Serre, GmbH, Olafur Eliasson, Charli XCX, Babylon LA, Na-Kel Smith, Keinemusik, Gunna, UNDERCOVER Productions, Chris Julian and Kim Hastreiter. The issue also comes complete with an original photo zine by Sandy Kim, a sticker sheet featuring the work of British graphic designer Swifty, and a Thames sticker page designed by Blondey McCoy.”
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