Six months ago, fashion resale site Grailed launched "The Grailed 100," a curated selection of some of the platform's best and rarest pieces. Now the site's back with another batch of covetable gems, giving hardcore fashion heads the chance to get their hands on some icons of high fashion and streetwear.

Highlights of the curation include a Supreme "Hebrew" box logo (one of the brand's rarest Bogo tees), a bomber from Raf Simons' "Consumed" SS03 collection (one of the many, many bangers in Raf's archive of dopeness) and an "Evil Empire" crewneck from early in Gosha Rubchinskiy's career.

There's also a shredded "No Gods No Masters" tee from UNDERCOVER, a piece from Stone Island predecessor C.P. Company, some biker boots from Dior back when Hedi Slimane was in charge, more Raf heat (this time with some multi-laced sneakers), a pair of mummy-style Helmut Lang jeans and some heavily embellished UNDERCOVER jeans.

The latest installment of The Grailed 100 A/W 2017 launches tomorrow, Tuesday, November 15 over at Grailed.

Read what Grailed's Brand Director Lawrence Schlossman had to say about the Grailed 100 when it debuted last season, and for more in-depth fashion stories, check out the following:

The 15 Most Obscure Supreme Box Logo Tees

10 of Raf Simons' Most Iconic Pieces

The Stories Behind Some of Gosha Rubchinskiy's Best Graphics

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