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Supreme x Stone Island - Nero Jacket

One of the more surprising collabs of the season - Stone Island's technical gear is usually reserved for outerwear aficionados and English football hooligans - you've nevertheless got to admire Supreme for having the balls to drop a $1,500 technical parka with goggles on it that has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with skateboarding. Get it here.

 Pharrell Williams for Uniqlo - I Am Other Hoodie While Mr. Williams may be responsible for some of this season's most hyped collabs - luxe leather sportswear with adidas Originals and the "G I R L" fragrance with COMME des GARCONS to be precise - this $30 hoodie, part of his "I Am Other" collection with fast fashion retailer Uniqlo gives Pharrell fans the opportunity to purchase something a little more affordable than $1,000 leather track jackets. Buy yours here.

adidas Originals - Temper Run

We are always fans of whacky sneakers here at Highsnob - whether its $1200 gold sneakers with metal locks or furry Chewbacca x Kanye boots - but I have to be honest with you and say that I have been staring at these shoes for an entire week and I still have no idea whether they're the coolest thing to drop this season or absolutely hideous. Make up your mind here.

Maison Martin Margiela - Neoprene and Leather Replica Sneakers

One of the more interesting fashion sneakers out there - here's why - Margiela's timeless Replica sneaker is dragged straight into the year 2014 with this razor sharp all black colorway complemented by an integrated Huarache-style neoprene sockliner. Unlike the rest of the technical space-age street goth sneaker brigade, MMM's murdered out shoe still maintains a certain je ne sais quoi that makes this one of the most stylish and suave luxe sneakers on offer at the moment. Cop yours.

Highsnobiety Magazine - Issue 9

Of course this was one of the best pieces to drop this week (/entire season) - our 9th print issue features Rick Owens, House Industries, Scott Campbell, Saint Laurent, Kidult and many more - and while Highsnob readers clearly have excellent taste, this here tome will help you elevate to next level refinery. Get it here.

New Balance - M530 PRM

While it may seem we are perennially preoccupied with (arguably) hideous sneakers made from space age fabrics, there's nothing quite like the simple things done well - New Balance's timeless, ever-comfy running sneakers for example. NB are running legends for good reason - and a classic model from their archives executed in a clean colorway is always going to be a win. Get 'em here.

Nike - Roshe Run Flyknit

Speaking of simple things done well, what's not to love about a Roshe Run re-imagine with Flyknit technology and presented in a triple black colorway? Nothing, that's what.

adidas Originals x Palace - Team Shirt

The final piece of the holy trinity of the UK's favorite sportswear labels (alongside Umbro and Reebok), Palace teamed up with adidas for a capsule of boxy 90s sportswear - complete with jacquard patterns, bold stripes and colossal fits - that harks back to baggy trousers, English World Cup failures and a time before adult responsibilities. This football (sorry, "soccer") shirt is our pick of the bunch - get it here.

Raised By Wolves x Publish - Byram Rugby Shirt

A sharp left turn from their rugged, outdoors-y Fall/Winter 2014 collection, Raised by Wolves teamed up with West Coast label Publish for rugby top sporting an eye-popping combination of asymmetric red and navy panelling and all over printed stars. Those who want to really turn some heads can also go for matching shorts and cap - cop the top here.

APC - Gold Smiley Pins

A charming, fun way to top off your outfit - and perhaps a little more refined than Pintrill's "Poop" pin - we're loving these mood-changing smiley badges from APC. Get yours here.

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