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The latest episode of the Highsnobiety Dropcast talks about Gosha Rubchinskiy’s announcement that he is deading his designer label in favor of a new structure. Hosts Jeff Carvalho, Noah Thomas, and Jian DeLeon also discuss the “Bred” colorway of the Balenciaga Triple-S sneaker, Kris Van Assche replacing Haider Ackermann at Berluti, and what kind of chocolate candy Supreme’s latest North Face collaboration makes you look like.

There’s also some great listener feedback from last week’s episode focusing on Virgil Abloh’s new job at Louis Vuitton, and Noah gets schooled on Hoka One One’s latest collaboration with Engineered Garments (they’re essentially the dad of the dad shoe trend).

Want to weigh in on today’s show or share some thoughts about what you want to hear in the next episode? As always, leave us a voicemail at 833-HIGHSNOB. That’s 833-444-4766. Yes, there’s an extra letter. But it’s fun to dial that last “B” anyway. Try it. You’ll like it. And you might end up in next week’s episode.

For further information on each topic discussed in the podcast, check out relevant links below:

Gosha Rubchinskiy Announces Brand Overhaul

Comme des Garçons Is Launching a New “Internet-Based” Brand

Supreme Goes Metallic With SS18 The North Face Collab

Engineered Garments & HOKA ONE ONE Debut Their First-Ever Sneaker Collab

Kris Van Assche Will Replace Haider Ackermann as Artistic Director at Berluti

After listening to the latest episode of ‘The Dropcast,’ be sure to revisit our inaugural episode.

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Words by Kyle Hodge
Staff Writer

New York based writer that pops flavor and drips sauce.

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