Another week and another load of quality apparel, sneakers, accessories and lifestyle products to sift through in our weekly roundup of What Drops Now, Highsnobiety's curated shopping platform. We’ve trawled the depths of e-commerce to bring you an expertly selected batch of product, saving you the hassle of checking 1,000 different online stores in your quest for the world’s finest gear.

As always, much of this product is limited so if you’ve missed out, make sure you’re quicker next time – and don’t forget to check What Drops Now for a daily updated stream of the best fashion, sneakers and accessories out right now.

Alexander Wang x H&M Scuba Look Jacket - $99

In one of the most eagerly anticipated collaborations of the season, Highsnob regular Alexander Wang gets some pretty huge mainstream crossover exposure thanks to a guaranteed sell-out collaboration with fast fashion retailer H&M. Pick of the bunch is this neoprene biker-style jacket - bringing Wang's dark interpretation of performance wear to the masses thanks to a highly affordable $99 price tag. Cop it here.

adidas Originals by NIGO Crewneck Sweater - $90

While the world goes mad for neoprene sportswear and shoes that look like stealth bombers, BAPE mastermind NIGO debuts his collaboration with adidas - a romantic, nostalgic collection of pure 90s apparel that is as resolutely off-trend as it's possible to be in the age of all-black, high-tech, luxe-crossover streetwear. Pick of the bunch is this crewneck - it's not made of space age materials and actually has some color on it but that doesn't mean it's any less worthy of your hard earned cash. Purchase here.

Nike x A.P.C. Free OG Superior - $150

Nike's weekly blockbuster footwear release comes in the form of this collaboration with Parisian masters of all things chic A.P.C., who outfit the Free OG with some low-key colorways that keep the whacky-looking sneaker on the right side of tasteful. Cop 'em here while you can.

adidas by Jeremy Scott JS Wings 3.0 - $249

Jeremy Scott's ever-divisive collab with adidas continues with a new take on the designer's love-or-hate JS Wings sneakers. Brought into 2014 thanks to an all-black colorway, patent leather uppers and a sleeker set of decorative wings, it makes for a futuristic design that looks more like a space-age jet fighter than a pair of sneakers. Get yours.

Kanye West 'Yeezus' Tour Longsleeve - $38

Fast fashion online store ASOS somehow managed to snag a batch of Kanye's heavy metal-inspired tour merchandise from the blockbuster Yeezus tour - if you didn't manage to make it to any of the concerts then can at least pretend you did by copping one of the tees. As with anything Yeezy-related though, this is guaranteed to sell out quick so you'd best purchase swiftly.

HUF Fuck It Sleeping Bag - $150

Following from their weed leaf (or Japanese maple leaf if your parents are asking) adorned sleeping bags from last season, HUF continue their range of silly lifestyle accessories with another sleeping bag, this time bearing the applicable-to-every-situation motto "Fuck It". Buy it here.

Steven Bryden 'Caps: One Size Fits All' - from $19

Hat enthusiast Steven Bryden has compiled a definitive history of the humble cap, exploring its history and current place as a staple of men's style. Accompanied by interviews with long term Supreme affiliate Aaron Bondaroff and industry insider Craig Ford, this is ideal for well-read Highsnobs looking for more books - those things with words on that aren't computer and smartphone screens. Head over to our very own Books & Magazines section to cop.

Overkill - Tote Bag - $13

Everyone knows tote bags are super useful, whether it's for carrying new purchases or books that you're pretending to read, and Berlin sneaker destination Overkill's collaborative tote with Nike allows you to do either of those things, whilst sporting a handsome camo pattern and a cheeky 'Kiss My Airs' slogan. Get yours here for a mere $13.

Nike Hybrid Sweatshirt - $72

It's all too easy to overlook Nike's range of apparel when they're dropping smash hit sneakers every week, but this crewneck with accompanying MA-1 bomber sleeve pocket will go perfectly with those Tech Fleece pants that you pretend one day you'll actually do some exercise in. Cop it here.

Fornasetti - Silvia Balaclava Chair - $8,255

What do you spend your hard earned cash on when you've copped every hyped sneaker release and obscure Japanese collaboration that the Highsnob world has to offer? Buy uncomfortable $8,000 chairs of course! Unwisely splash your cash here.

For thousands more of the world’s best sneakers, streetwear, menswear & more, head over to What Drops Now

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