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This Week's Best Streetwear Drops: From Born X Raised to Online Ceramics

Check out our favorite streetwear drops of the week, hand-picked by our editors.

BAPE x BlackEyePatch

Iconic luxury streetwear label BAPE has teamed up with fellow Japanese label BlackEyePatch for a coveted camo capsule collection. The apparel, rooted in functional activewear through a snowboarding jacket and zip-ups, features a recognizable camo print often connected to BAPE collections here and there. Along the black BAPE COLOR CAMO snowboarding jacket comes Japanese lettering on the hood and BlackEyePatch branding down the front. A classic green and black camo shirt dons Japanese lettering across the chest along with a “handle with care” slogan on the back, complete with co-branding. A black camo zip-up hoodie stands out with a convertible shark appliqué that fully zips to reveal its face and features the same “handle with care” text on the back. Other stand-out items include black camo sweatpants, crewneck sweatshirts with camo and BlackEyePatch branding, co-branded mini tees, and loose denim pants. Accessories include a mesh cap, graphic socks, and a BAPE Baby Milo plushie. Check out the collection on the BAPE and BlackEyePatch websites.   

Born X Raised Spring 2024

Born X Raised is redefining its streetwear aesthetic with a new Spring 2024 collection in collaboration with artist Valentina Vargas. Maintaining its sense of edginess, the label continues its use of its recognizable motifs, such as the Old English font and gothic graphics. However, newer approaches to the brand’s iconography can be found in graffiti-style bubble text on t-shirts and Vargas’ artwork, from skulls to dramatized cartoon characters. A “Stuck On Stupid” phrase in typical Old English font takes up Dickies work jackets and basic long-sleeve t-shirts, while basic sweatpants, hoodies and graphic t-shirts solely feature the BXR lettering. Button-up shirts and an emerald green workwear co-ord add a touch of formality to the collection, and snapback hats and beanies are available for accessories. Check out the collection on the Born X Raised website

Online Ceramics x André 3000

Los Angeles-based label Online Ceramics has continued its track record of notable collaborations with a new collection in collaboration with musician André 3000. Inspired by André 3000’s newest album, New Blue Sun, the collection features graphics inspired by the album and tour merchandise-style typography. One such graphic showcases André in an image playing the flute which has been printed across a variety of t-shirts and hoodies. New Blue Sun tour dates can be found spread across the collection, along with various phrases tied to the musician and his latest music, such as “Close Your Eyes and See” and “Eternity’s Sun Rise.” Whimsical fonts add to the collection’s aesthetic, and pops of color are shown in crewnecks and graphic t-shirts. Check out the collection on the Online Ceramics website

NEIGHBORHOOD x Anti Social Social Club

NEIGHBORHOOD and Anti Social Social Club have reunited once again for a stand-out collection that plays up bold branding and graphics. The collection sticks to a black-and-white colorway for all the basics and taps into soft pink and cyan blue pops through block letter ASSC and NBHD branding and a skull and cross swords motif. A Plaque Tee showcases co-branding and the phrase “Too Weird To Die” above Tokyo, Japan text, while various hoodies and t-shirts feature typical Anti Social Social Club text on top of the NEIGHBORHOOD’s “N” icon. Reverse Hoodies and tees see NEIGHBORHOOD’s monogram flipped backward atop ASSC lettering with the colored skull and cross swords image underneath. Check out the collection on the Anti Social Social Club or NEIGHBORHOOD websites.   

Check back next week for more.


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