Check out our favorite streetwear drops of the week, hand-picked by our editors.
Human Made “SEASON 26”
Everyday essentials are the focus of Human Made’s new Fall/Winter drop, “SEASON 26.” The capsule contains seasonal staples such as the Drizzler Jacket embossed with different Human Made graphics and prints, with a selection of either black or red. Other items, such as the Oxford button-down shirt with the Human Made logo, the striped long-sleeve t-shirt, and the military chino pants, also embody everyday essentials worth wearing from the collection. Accessories are another focal point of the capsule, with PVC pouch bags, panel caps, and Human Made logo heart pins. Check out the collection on the Human Made website.
This Is Never That Fall/Winter 2023
Pulling inspiration from athleisure, South Korea-based streetwear brand This Is Never That has released its Fall/Winter 2023 collection with an emphasis on varsity wear. Imagine 90s-era football-inspired designs, such as a red varsity bomber jacket complete with college patchwork, sports windbreakers embroidered with the label’s logo, and quilted puffer jackets. Cargo and oversized denim pants are also impossible to miss in this collection to top off the 90s aesthetic collection. Check out the collection on the This Is Never That website.
OBEY Fall/Winter 2023
As the weather begins to cool down for the autumn and winter months, OBEY has tapped into functional and aesthetic outwear reminiscent of fall colors, such as cobalt, brown, and forest green. Puffers, workwear jackets, and hoodies are just a few examples within the collection, adorned with OBEY lettering, graphics, or a contemporary floral design. Textures such as mohair, fleece, and corduroy fit into the cozy fall aesthetic, while oversized silhouettes compliment the functionality of the outerwear. Check out the collection on the OBEY website.
Maharishi Fall/Winter 2023
Military design is the central concept of streetwear label Maharishi, and their Fall/Winter 2023 collection, “An Exploration of Industrial Workwear,” combines their usual aesthetics with workwear designs from the industrial sector over the last 500 years. Taking a look at the uniforms of firefighters and construction workers from Japan, the U.S., and England, pieces such as heavy utility jackets, fluorescent reflective construction jackets, and kimonos populate the collection with embroidered ukiyo-e artwork and other printed Japanese artwork. Check out the collection on the Maharishi website.
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