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19 Style Releases We’re Obsessed About This Week

Punk-soaked sunglasses, James Bond luggage, waxed jeans and an impossibly expensive button-up shirt are all in this week’s list of best style releases.

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Spring has sprung but the gorgeous weather isn’t the only thing we’re hyped about. This week we saw some of the best style releases so far this year. From punk-soaked sunglasses to a re-crowning of dad sneakers, to super affordable designer basics to super unattainable designer button-ups, it’s all on our best-of list.

Uniqlo x J.W. Anderson

The long-awaited collaboration between high-fashion designer Jonathan Anderson and Japanese label Uniqlo is finally here.

Learn More: Here

South2 West8 Reversible Mesh Bucket Hat

Mesh is a big, big vibe. And who better to lead the charge than cult Japanese outdoors brand South2 West8?

Buy Now: $200

Kapital 5G Cotton Knit SMILE Patch Crew Sweater

All smiles over here.

Buy Now: $628

Awake x Reebok Instapump Fury

Former Supreme brand director Angelo Baque has turned out a loyal following of his own with his New York outfit Awake. The latest collaboration sees ’80s and ’90s subculture blended with the iconic Reebok Instapump Fury.

Buy Now: $120

Nike x Sacai LDWaffle Sneaekers

Nike’s continued collaboration with avant-garde Japanese brand Sacai is one of the hardest sneakers to get. If you’re reading this, it’s too late (unless you go to StockX).

Buy Now: $160

Pleasures x Akila Sunglasses

If Nirvana and Oasis wrote a song together, they’d be wearing these sunglasses.

Buy Now: $110+

Rimowa x Garret Leight Luggage and Sunglasses

When luxury eyewear meets luxury luggage.

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Converse x TAKAHIROMIYASHITA The Soloist All Star CX Hi

Designer Takahiro Miyashita helps christen Converse’s CX line of futuristic shoes with his punk-inspired label, The Soloist.

Buy Now: $135

Fort Lonesome x Rogue Territory Ridgeline Supply Jacket

That Bond jacket just got a whole lot more country thanks to the chainstitching masters at Fort Lonesome.

Buy Now: $568

Visvim Hand-printed Free Edge Hyakunin-Isshu Shirt

This is likely the most expensive piece of clothing you’ll ever see that’s not a watch. Using an ancient Japanese hand-printing technique known as Katazurizome which involves painstakingly hand brushing each layer of color onto the fabric.

Buy Now: $14,720

Vans x Pilgrim Surf

Vans’ surf culture pairs perfectly with the wave-minded New York brand Pilgrim Surf. The exclusive collaboration is rendered in a palette of ocean blues and includes head-to-toe coverage, from sneakers and flip-flops to hats, anoraks, bags and shirts.

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New Balance ML860 Sneakers

Move over 990, there’s a new New Balance king in town.

Buy Now: $129

Nike Gyakusou

From the mastermind behind Japanese streetwear label Undercover, Jun Takahashi’s subversively slick take on athletic apparel is one you’ll want to rock whether you go to the gym or not.

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Dashiel Brahmann SS20

One of the brands to watch this year previewed the collection its spring/summer 2020 lookbook and it’s no available to buy.

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007 x Globe Trotter

Bond flies first-class.

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Red Wing Wacouta Camp Moc

Red Wing tries its hand at a boat-shoe style and it’s one we want on-deck.

Buy Now: $240

Our Legacy Vast Cut White Wax Coating Pants

We can’t seem to over-wax poetic on Stockholm-based brand Our Legacy.

Buy Now: ~$417

18east March Drop

One of New York’s coolest brands continues its hot streak with the most recent release of goods. Wild hand-blocked prints atop luscious corduroy are paired with colorful accessories and breezy button-ups.

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Standard Issue x JSP

Inspired by Wilt Chamberlain, donned by LeBron James and now you can buy this heavy, heavy fleece set for yourself.

Buy Now: $110

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