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 trawling through countless online stores, Rhianna is here to give you a much-needed dose of retail therapy 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.

Filled to the brim with some of this week’s hottest footwear releases, including the exclusive, acid house-inspired size? x adidas Originals collection, Suicoke’s latest collaboration with Concrete Objects, and Nike ACG’s latest Dog Mountain silhouette, made specially for all the quasi-mountaineers out there, looking to straddle that fine line between fashion and function.

Rhianna’s selection also features a number of high-end designer pieces, including a pair of beautifully crafted Loewe Patchwork Pants, workwear staples from C2H4 and Junya Watanabe, as well as a slew of must-have Prada shirts for all those looking to hold on to that vanishing summer feeling for as long as possible.

So, without further ado, we'll let Rhi take it away, giving you a brief, piece-for-piece rundown of this week’s killer selection. And be sure to let us know in the comments if you plan to cop any of the items below.

Junya Watanabe Oversized Reflective Parka

Junya WatanabeReflective Oversized Parka
Buy at Farfetch

“As you know, we’re huge Junya fans here at Highsnobiety, and he has just blessed us with yet another unreal collection, and even better, its workwear, the man’s calling card. These 3M pieces are not only gonna save you from being run over at night, but the quality and design is understandably, second to none. Yes, you’ll be spennin’ half your pay on this joint, but who gives a f*ck? This shit is dope!”

COMME des GARÇONS HOMME Plus Garment Jacket

COMME des GARCONS Homme PlusGarment Jacket
Buy at ssense

“Something for the more mature readers here. COMME des GARÇONS HOMME Plus has released a nice, asymmetric capsule featuring some slightly more formal pieces. Check out the full collection here.”

C2H4 “WORKWEAR” Pullover

C2H4"WORKWEAR" Pullover
Buy at C2H4

“Another one from C2H4’s recent workwear drop is this pullover. The screen printed chemist piece is ideal for any seasonal transition, and looks super cozy to boot. The color palette on this is perfect in my opinion, and despite them keeping it very simple, it’s still loud enough to make a statement.”

Prada Bowling Shirt

PradaBowling Shirt
Buy at Mr Porter

“If you missed the ‘Impossible True Love’ shirt from Prada a while back, this one is a good consolation prize. The shirt takes inspiration from Berlin-based artist, Christophe Chemin, but with a futuristic and abstract Prada spin. This will sell out pretty quick, so don’t sleep on this one!”

Prada “Lipstick” Shirt

PradaLipstick Shirt
No Offers

“This one also! I’m really digging this bowling shirt trend at the moment, and this is possibly one of my favorite designs from Prada yet.”

Loewe Patchwork Pants

LoewePatchwork Pants
No Offers

“I can’t lie, this is actually one of the freshest sets I’ve seen to date. Loewe have absoloutly killed this one. The style, fit, and patchwork detail is literally insane, and I swear to god, my future husband best wear this to our wedding aha.”

adidas Originals Yung-1

adidas Originals x size?Yung-1
Drops Aug 23, 22:00
Upcoming at size

“size? has partnered with adidas Originals to create an exclusive acid house pack featuring its Yung-1 and Falcon silhouettes. The collection pays homage to the genre’s charged attitude and, more specifically, the very image of acid house culture, the smiley face. I’m a big fan of this silhouette, and acid house was a big part of my culture growing up, so this pack is definitely one which has a deeper meaning, not only to me, but many others.”

Nike ACG Dog Mountain Sneaker

Nike ACGDog Mountain
Upcoming at ssense

“Nike’s latest ACG mountain sneakers are finally here, this time in a nice, neutral colorway. You can pretty much do anything in this shoe, with its hike-ready performance qualities and rigged ’90s design promising outstanding resistance to the elements.”

Premier x Nike SB Dunk High

Nike SB x PremierDunk High
Drops Aug 25, 14:00
Upcoming at NIKE

“Renowned skate shop Premier and Nike SB have teamed up to create this neutral Dunk High which was made to reflect the spirit of gambling. This sneaker’s crowning detail has to be its Swoosh. As the swoosh decays, it reveals a hidden graphic layer, where only a few lucky sneakerheads will find a unique Nike SB x Premier graphic once worn away.”

Eytys Angel Sneaker

EytysTartan Angel Sneaker
Buy at Caliroots

“The next Eytys Angel sneaker is here, and it’s tight! This time they have gone for a nice tartan texture which is perfect for the coming fall. The pair also comes in a cream patant colorway, which you can check out here.”

Concrete Objects x Suicoke Sandals

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Concrete Objects x SuicokeSandals
Buy at Concrete Objects

“Skip Ye’s dead ass slides, Samuel Ross, creative director and partner of Concrete Objects, has teamed up with Suicoke to create an absolute madness. Done up in a neutral grey palette, and calling on some of the coziest materials out there, this pair is definitly not one to miss. The detailing on this slide is spot on, with the visible grip lines, engraved logo, and sole actually looking like a slab of concrete. You can only imagine how heartbroken I was when I realized these didn’t come in my size.”

Gucci Balaclava

Buy at Matches

“Gucci's coming through with all kinda waves this winter, and their latest masterpiece, is a balaclava... of all things. Recently rocked by Rih Rih at Coachella, the Gucci accessory is now available to buy at your local retailer. And if this isn’t enough coverage for you, Gucci have also got a full-face balaclava, which will safely allow you to find your way outside to have your cig break while remaining cozy at all times - check it out here.”

Tourne De Transmission Belt

Tourne de TransmissionBelt
Buy at ejder

“This week’s Brand Of The Week, Tourne De Transmission, has been working on an exclusive capsule colletion with one of the most selectively curated contemporary retailers, EJDER. The store which stocks some of my favorite brands like C2H4, 3.1 Phillip Lim, and MISBHV, has worked on a multi-piece collection with Tourne De Transmission which consists of a hoodie, vest, bag, belt, tee, and jacket. This collection is only available at EJDER and once it’s gone, it’s gone for good, so be sure to cop while you can!”

C2H4 “WORKWEAR” Pouch Bag

C2H4"WORKWEAR" Pouch Bag
Buy at ejder

“Okay, well, this really wouldn’t be a 15 Drops post without me throwing in a little C2H4, would it? The brand stays ahead of the curve and sets off the pouch bag trend with these dope workwear joints. These pouches come in both grey and white, and even have a detail to strap it onto your belt. I’ll take 4 please.”

Gucci “GG” Blanket

GucciGG Blanket
Buy at ssense

“As the weather be dippin’ and us lot be out here stressing about the return of the chill, we shouldn’t worry, as Gucci’s got our back with this cozy, oversized blanket, for only $1750...”

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

To stay informed about new drops, be sure to follow Highsnobiety Shopping’s dedicated Twitter account right here.

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