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This Week's Best Streetwear Drops: From Bad Son to Dime

This week was very fruitful. Check out of favorite drops below.


BAD SON "VESSEL" Collection

The barely three-year-old brand BAD SON has established itself with unique and colorful staple pieces. Specializing in hoodies, puffer jackets, and cargo pants, their new collection, “VESSEL,” continues their mission to create timeless and on-trend pieces. For their first drop of March 2023, “VESSEL” features five pieces: an an-all-black puffer with star detailing on the center of the chest, a collared and cropped heavy jacket with airbrushed red, cargo pants featuring green floral embellishments, a 3D-like hoodie with white at the base and colorful accents, and a short-sleeve tee shirt embodying the same 3D look with shades of green. Check out the collection on the BAD SON webstore.



Dreamville x Daily Paper

Record label Dreamville collaborated with Daily Paper to reimagine collegiate pieces celebrating their vision of empowered communities. The pieces are designed in fictional school colors: maroon and sand accompanied by patchwork. This collaboration features seven items that each mimic an element of a yearbook. A custom university logo varsity jacket, a long-sleeved and striped polo dress in crimson, a unisex two-pieced sweatsuit set in sand, a coach jacket with “university” graphics, and a Dreamville x Daily Paper hoodie. Each piece is brought together by patchwork and the university colors creating a perfect capsule collection. Check out the collection on the Daily Paper webstore.



Adidas and Yohji Yamamoto Introduce Y-3 ATELIER


Adidas and Yohji Yamamoto designed their Y-3 Atelier line in celebration of a 20-year partnership. Y-3 Atelier centers around the concept of elevated craftsmanship and offers a unique narrative on the Japanese phrase “Monozukuri”, translating to “making things” or “production.” Yamamoto’s vision is to continue exploring what blending sportswear and avant-garde fashion looks like through a bold lens. Reimagining classic pieces from track tops to skirts, each collection focuses on telling the tales of the Japanese designer’s journey showcasing graphics from previous runways.



Dime Spring ‘23 Collection

Montreal-based brand Dime launches its Spring 2023 drop tomorrow, March 4, 2023, just in time to bring in the warmer seasons. The upcoming collection features lightweight pieces from cardigans, hoodies, tee shirts, jackets, and more that stick to the brand’s relaxed aesthetic. Items are introduced in a variety of colorways, including orange/red, olive green/red/black, and cream/beige/brown. Dime combines eras through this line by featuring 90s style oversized pieces and 2000s skatewear aesthetic continuing their focus on comfort. Check out the collection on the Dime webstore.



Check back next week to see more of our favorite streetwear drops.


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