After another seven days, we return with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s shopping channel, carefully put together by our very own commerce content curator, Yulia Pankova. After trawling through countless online stores, Yulia is here to give you a solid helping of materialistic inspiration, with 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 this week’s selection of product presenting a tasteful palette of streetwear, high-end fashion, defining accessories, and rare Japanese goods, Yulia has scoured the web to offer a little something for everyone in the run-up to summer. Highlighted by two must-have pieces from Supreme’s most recent partnership with Jean Paul Gaultier, such recognizable pieces are complimented by accessories from the likes of OFF-WHITE and Dior. Next to this, a handful of sneakers from the Nike: On Air contest featured throughout, together with defining silhouettes by Reebok and 424.
So, without further ado, we’ll let Yulia take it away with a piece-for-piece rundown, as if you needed any convincing.
ADER Error ASCC Trench Coat – SSENSE Exclusive
“I am a big fan of oversized outerwear, so this coat was a no-brainer. The ADER Error piece is another SSENSE exclusive and is totally worth the investment.”
The North Face Black Series x Kazuki Kuraishi Bomber Jacket AP
“I’ve been super into all-white ’fits recently, and this Bomber Jacket from The North Face Black Series x Kazuki Kuraishi is a perfect piece to layer up with. The lightweight jacket has a functional, yet minimalist design, featuring a number of pockets and a printed nylon tape lanyard on the chest.”
Aimé Leon Dore x New Balance Hoodie
“This Aimé Leon Dore collaboration really embodies spring – I am in love with the color palette. And while the 997s are super cool, can we also appreciate the apparel for a moment? This grey hoodie features a coral pink logo and the name of the campaign, “The Intelligent Choice,” printed throughout. If this piece inspires you to try out new colors for spring, check out more color combo suggestions here.”
Supreme x Jean Paul Gaultier Pinstripe Cargo Suit Pant
“As you can probably imagine, we at Highsnobiety HQ were really excited about this Jean Paul Gaultier x Supreme collection. I am not really into the flowery pieces, but I had a hard time choosing between these pants and the printed jeans. I would love to see dressed-up people in these pinstripe cargo suit pants.”
Missing Link x Nike Air Max Susan
“Nike has collaborated with Laika again on a playful version of its famous Air Max 1, inspired by the design of Missing Link’s main character, Mr. Link, aka Susan. I love collaborations around movies, so I’m crazy about this colorway, especially since it’s the first one to release commercially. The detail that went into these is just amazing – peep the leather cuff links on the top eyelets!”
MISBHV x Reebok Daytona DMX
“MISBHV and Reebok smashed it with this new collaboration. The Daytona DMX is one of Reebok’s hottest silhouettes, now upgraded to match MISBVH’s edgy aesthetics. Instant cop!”
Nike Air Max 98 NYC
“Finally, the winners of the Nike: On Air contest have dropped their designs, and we are obsessed. This Air Max 98 “La Mezcla” comes from Gabrielle Serrano and represents the many ethnicities and cultural backgrounds that populate New York city.”
Nike Air Max 97 London
“Another winning design from the Nike: On Air contest – this time from London. These Air Max 97s are called “Summer of Love,” because the designer Jasmine Lasode took inspiration from a first date up on Primrose Hill. This particular design is a favorite of mine.”
424 42Force Sneakers
“We’ve all seen the fashion memes around the mystery of those drip-sole sneakers and how only a few people actually know how they are made. Well, I guess the secret is out, and now we have these insane 42force Sneakers by 424, which look like they’ve been dipped through some chic black oil.”
Louis Vuitton Discovery Backpack
“This backpack is a standout piece from Louis Vuitton’s Taïgarama collection. The color is super fresh, and makes total sense when taken together with campaign’s concept, which examines group interactions between teens at school, a time when individuals long to belong and want to remain individual, too.”