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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, Rhi 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.

Although cozy season is well and truly upon us, spookier times are approaching fast, and for that, Rhi has put together a batch of goodies sweeter than any trick-or-treat haul. From an insane, Johnny Winter-worn patchwork jacket by Acne Studios, to reactive Heliot Emil layering and cold weather-beating bits by The North Face, Rhianna’s selection promises a little something for everyone.

So, without further ado, we’ll let Rhianna 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.

Acne Studios Patchwork Denim Jacket

“Acne Studios are selling this beautiful, vintage patchwork denim jacket, worn by the artist Johnny Winter. The piece features colored suede patches which are, unsurprisingly, seamlessly crafted. And again, this jacket was actually worn, so signs of wear may be visible.”

Stüssy Zip-Up Sherpa Jacket

“Another super cozy piece to complete this week’s 15 drops is this Zip-Up Sherpa from Stüssy. This piece is a strong investment piece for the forthcoming months.”

The North Face Insulated Mountain Jacket

“As expected, The North Face have come through with a new batch of Fall/Winter goods from its premium ‘Cryos’ outerwear line. This particular jacket is made to protect you from the most extreme weather conditions. The hood adjusts to ensure a secure fit, and comes equipped with wraparound cargo pockets.”

The North Face Kazuki Kuraishi Fleece Jacket

“The North Face Black Series just teamed up with Japanese designer Kazuki Kuraishi on a limited edition range of clothing; one piece being this super cozy fleece jacket in olive. This is definitely a piece worth investing in for the impending cold snap.”

Needles 7-Cuts Flannel

“Needles has unsurprisingly raised the bar with its latest range of flannel shirting. Now a staple in the brand’s Rebuild category, the shirts consist of multiple vintage material inserts, and a subsequently distressed effect to boot.”

Heliot Emil Thermo Tech Jacket

“Heliot Emil has already dropped some serious heat this year and it seems they are not slowing down. Having just released a bunch of dope pieces over on Ejder, the Thermo Tech jacket quickly became one of my favorite pieces. Beautifully crafted, made not only to be a dope ass jacket, but wholly functional with detachable arms and hood, transforming it into a lightweight vest at a moment’t notice. I’m a huge fan of this brand, it always manages to smash it with subtle branding. The thermo technology in this jacket also allows you to have different looks everywhere you go.”

Heliot Emil Dress Pants

“You can even buy the matching pants here! What a great set.”

Needles Velour Track Pants

“I feel the Needles Track Pants are better suited to the luxurious fashion enthusiast, rather than the Nike Boyz out there. This brand really knows how to bring class, comfort, and quality to the table, once more presenting a classic pair of track pants in a more narrow cut, with signature butterfly embroidery to top it all off.”

adidas Originals YEEZY Boost 700 “Mauve”

“We’ve seen Ye rocking the new YEEZY Boost 700 “Mauve” sneaker for a minute; now you can finally cop it for yourself! After countless fake colorways leaked earlier this year, the official pair takes on a more Fall/Winter tone with hints of Kanye’s now signature “Frozen Yellow”. Notably more subdued than its predecessor, the “Mauve overtakes the first colorway by keeping it more lowkey and above all, neutral.”

Needles x Vans Vault Slip On

“Needles have absolutely smashed its latest collab with Vans Vault, covering the iconic Slip On sneaker with luxurious crushed velvet and a sleek, golden horse bit. This is a really beautiful pair of sneakers, and the colorways are not only super dope, but versatile. Coming in a choice of black, green, and purple, Needles have kept things classy, and expertly crafted. This pair will definitely help jazz up any street ’fit.”

Converse x Brain Dead Chuck 70 Hi

“We’re a big fan of Brain Dead over here at the Highsnobiety HQ, and its latest Converse collaboration is an absolute blinder. Flaunting a playful take on prints and color, this pair has done a great job of separating itself from the rest.”

adidas Originals ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Yung-1 “Frieza”

“It’s safe to say that adidas is not slowing down with the colorways for this silhouette. This striking, three-tone purple iteration from the brand’s ‘Dragon Ball Z’ collection is not one to miss.”

Stüssy x Porter Helmet Bag

“With any Porter collaboration comes an undeniable quality and attention to detail, and its latest project with Stüssy is no exception. Featuring a range of oversized pastel tote bags, the collection is easy to wear and combine.”

Supreme Inflatable Chair

“Supreme’s accessories never seem to surprise us, and this transparent inflatable chair has definitely caught a lot of attention lately. Get it before it’s too late!”

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.

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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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