After another seven days, we return with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s shopping channel, carefully put together by our very own Commerce Content Curator, Rhianna Matthews. After having trawled through countless online stores, we let Rhianna present to you a curated selection of the latest and best in streetwear, sneakers, fashion and lifestyle products, separating the best from the rest, and saving you the hassle of checking hundreds of different webstores in the process. For more of the most up-to-date shopping news, be sure to hit the button below.

Packed full of steezy summer essentials, and an array of sought-after silhouettes, the time has come once more to let Rhianna take it away, and give you all a brief, piece-by-piece rundown of this week’s best products to shop. Be sure to let us know in the comment section following what you are feeling, and if you plan to pick up any of the products featured below.

BLED Stealth Tracksuit

Stealth Track Suit Set



“I’m a big fan of the Bled Stealth Tracksuits, and this olive colorway is fire. The fit on these just looks absolutely on point, and the matching pants have the perfect bagginess. Will be copping this set for sure.”

Patta Logo Tracksuit

Logo Tracksuit



““This steezy Patta Logo Tracksuit is the ultimate cozy fit. Pullovers are always a winner for me, and this black colorway with husk blue accents looks really nice. The suit is finished off with elastic cuffs and a drawstring waist for added comfort.”

ZARA Shirt




““For guys I feel it can be hard to find the perfect white shirt.This one however comes pretty close. The material looks great and it also won’t set you back much.”

ULLAC Painter Pants

Painter Pants



“These ULLAC Painter Pants have got to be one of the nicest demin pieces I have seen in a while. Personally recommended by our Fashion Director, Atip, these pants have a really dope fit and the quality is amazing. Denim has always been an investment purchase, and this brand is definitely one to keep an eye on if you’re looking to get your collection started.”

Helmut Lang Joggers


Helmut Lang


““Helmut Lang keepin’ us #teamcozy with these luxurious baggy joggers. The premium material & zip pocket detailing gives it that extra touch and the low key box logo keeps it simple yet nicely branded”.”

OFF-WHITE x Nike Mercurial Zoom Fly

Football, Mon Amour

Off-White x Zoom Fly


“This is probably my favorite piece from this week’s Nike x OFF-WHITE drop. Virgil is still riding the chunky sneaker wave with this World Cup-inspired Zoom Fly, and its a pretty clean pair overall. Obviously its sold out now, but resell isn’t looking as bad as previous pairs, so if you’re gonna cop I recomend copping now as these kicks seem to keep going up and up in price as time goes on.”

Prada Cloudbust Knitted Sport Sneaker

Cloudbust Lace



“I’ve been waiting for this colorway to come out ever since Prada dropped the black pair a couple of weeks ago. This sport version of the Cloudbust is definitely one of my favorite Prada silhouettes to date, and this clean white colorway is absolute fire. I like the fact that they’re sporty and classy at the same, meaning they can be worn to various occasions. Personally, I feel the laces work so much better than the straps; makes the silhouette a bit more relaxed. Seriously need to get my hands on a pair of these.”

visvim Yucca Moc Shaman Shoes

Yucca Moc Shaman Shoes



“visvim have done really well with this one. The quality is on point with a premium suede upper, toe box stitching and the hand-painted tongue tab for which the brand has become known for. This mature kick is perfect for taking your outfit to the next level and are a proper statement piece.”

Nike Air Max 98

Air Max 98



““I’m a big fan of this silhouette and this colorway is a personal favorite. I love the multi-layered wave aesthetic and the leather is also really amazing quality.”





“Another nice pair of pool flexers from OFF-WHITE here. The belt strap adds that luxurious feel and the black and orange colorway is a classic. Still prefer the Bennassis tho not gonna lie.”

Louis Vuitton Keepball Bandouliere

Keepball Bandouliere

Louis Vuitton


“A very iconic drop from the Louis Vuitton Fifa 2018 collection. Drawing inspiration from the official match ball of the 1970 Fifa World Cup, this bag might set you back a couple bills, but is the ultimate fashion/football flex.”

nonnative Sacoche Bag

Sacoche Bag



“This nonnative Sacoche Bag is the perfect accessory for events, festivals, or even just general outings. Its the perfect size for keeping your phone and a couple cards in. Its also on sale at SSENSE now so be sure to cop whilst you can!” .”

Alexander Wang Cross-Body Bag

Cross Body Bag

Alexander Wang


“Body-strap bags are really up there for me right now, and Alexander Wang has absolutely killed it with this one. Although its pricey, I feel the design and attention to detail all but justifies the cost. The quality of the leather looks crazy and the fit is hard AF. Need to start saving up for this one!”

GEO Belt Bag

Belt Bag



““I’ve been waiting for this brand to drop their collection for a minute, and I’m definitely feeling some of their new stuff. This belt bag is bang on trend and the yellow strap keeps it playful and interesting. Also go check out their new denim range here.”

Prada Belt




“Really nice, clean classy belt by Prada here. I like this one as its not too in your face and will look dope with pretty much any outfit.”

As always, much of this product is limited, so if you missed out this time, be quicker and tune into next week’s roundup for a selection of more hot products.

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  • Curated by: Rhianna Matthews
Words by Adam Mark
Weekend Editor

Adam is Highsnobiety’s Weekend Editor and splits his time between overseeing all weekend content and studying Economic and Social Communication at Berlin’s University of the Arts.

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