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With another week behind us, we’re back with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s shopping channel, featuring insights from our very own Commerce Content Curator, Rhianna Matthews. After trawling through countless online stores, we’re bringing you a curated selection of our favorite new drops in streetwear, sneakers, fashion, and lifestyle, separating the best from the rest. For more of the most up-to-date shopping news, be sure to hit the button below.

This week’s stand-out pieces include the much-coveted Nike React Element 87, a fire Prada shirt, a pair of 1st Camo Mid-Top BAPE STAs, as well as Highsnobiety‘s new World Cup-inspired collaboration with Umbro. So, without further ado, we’ll let Rhianna (our Riri, not the singer) take it away with a piece-by-piece rundown. As always, be sure to let us know what you’re feeling in the comment section following.

Drop Dead x Jurassic Park Load Out Trousers

“Now, this Drop Dead x Jurassic Park collection may not be for everyone, but these pants are definitely something special! The material and fit are really unique, giving off major space vibes!”

Prada Banana & Flames Shirt

“All I can is — damn. I think we can all agree that this shirt is fire.”

Le Gramme Brushed Ribbon Ring

“Jewelry can really elevate any outfit, and this ring from Le Gramme is the perfect minimalist piece. The brand just dropped a wide range of dope, low-key pieces, all available at END. Clothing, so make sure you check them out.”

Common Cloth “Born Sinner” Chest Rig

“Honestly, I came across this brand after they slid into my DMs, but I’m so glad they did. This chest rig is absolutely dope! If you weren’t aware, chest rigs are a pretty niche trend right now, especially among those in the fashion inner circle. Check out more of our current favorites here.”

Umbro x Highsnobiety Football Shirt

“Earlier this week, we dropped a World-Cup inspired capsule with Umbro, and I personally think the results are sick. The collection consists of three football jerseys, part of our Highsnobiety Intercontinental concept. Check out our editorial here.”

Nike React Element 87

“AYE, the wait is over U.S.neakerheads! The React Elements dropped this Friday and hopefully you managed to cop a pair. If you were one of the lucky ones, we’ve got you covered with a selection of the best socks to go with your freshly-copped kicks. Meanwhile, if you took the L, don’t fret, they’re available on resell sites such as StockX, Stadium Goods, and Flight Club, to name a few.”

Nike React Element 87

“Can’t forget about this colorway, too.”

BAPE 1st Camo BAPE STA

“These are a collector’s dream, although it’s always a little disappointing how expensive BAPE kicks are outside of Japan. I’m looking forward to hopefully seeing these in different colorways soon.”

Y / Project Asymmetric Jeans

“These Y / Project jeans are an absolute killer. I would personally style them with the front panel folded over with a belt.”

Burberry Crossbody Bag

“Chest bags might be the new thing, but the side bag trend isn’t going anywhere fast. This Burberry piece is one of the nicest I’ve seen in a while, and something a bit more fun than the regular Pradas and Guccis. It’ll surely add a dash of flair to your outfit!”

SWEAR Personalized Boots

“Sometimes, it’s nice to have something a little different from your regular Nike and adidas shoes. These boots are sick, and better yet, they’re fully customizable. I like the classic all-black pair, as I prefer to keep things low-key, but if you’re feeling adventurous, have fun creating your own killer pair in neon.”

Fendi Cardholder

“Because you can never go wrong with a little Fendi flex.”

Prada Cloudbust Knit

“This is a really nice colorway from Prada. I love the use of neutrals, and the metallic, silver-colored sole gives it a futuristic feel.”

J.W Anderson Beer Mat-Print Trousers

“Ha! Well done, J.W. Anderson. The perfect pair of pants for beer lovers — super creative!”

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