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This Week's Best Streetwear Drops: From Corteiz to Nevermind

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

Corteiz Fall 2023

London-based streetwear label Corteiz is back with another drop of t-shirts and outerwear just in time for the colder months ahead. A basic color palette to start out the collection focuses on white, grey, and black before various color-blocking patterns come into the mix, with bright blue and yellow and hints of red and rust. Polo shirts and racing uniforms are designs built for comfort without sacrificing style; a quilted yellow bomber jacket makes a statement with a graphic Old English font scrawled across the back, and leather vests add to a unique selection instead of just your typical streetwear styles. Check out the collection on the Corteiz website.

PLEASURES x Fred Perry

Notorious streetwear label PLEASURES has come together with the British menswear label Fred Perry for an elevated grunge display of fun in their collection. From Fred Perry comes classic and simple polos, now reimagined with PLEASURES signatures all over, such as their skulls and star graphics. Bright red seeps through the majority of the collection, bold lettering can be found on shirts, and the typical punk messaging can be inferred from PLEASURES’s take on all the designs while Fred Perry’s Laurel Wreath symbol joins in. Check out the collaboration on the Fred Perry website.

Talking Heads x Stüssy

Stüssy’s collaboration of the moment is here with the American rock band Talking Heads. In this collection, graphic art inspired by the band’s albums is prominent on long and short-sleeved black and white t-shirts. Artwork from the album “Remain in Light” from 1980 and images of band member David Byre in his iconic suit outfit from the band’s 1984 concert film Stop Making Sense are features of the collection. Talking Heads logos and script can also be found throughout the collection. Check out the collection on the Stüssy website.

Nevermind Fall 2023

Streetwear label Nevermind is back with another drop, and this collection comes with subliminal messaging about counterculture and stepping outside of social norms. The collection takes grungy and dark graphics and sets them up against Earth tones like beige, sage green, and dusty rose. Working with artist Cold Gawd, graphics range from chainlink fence patterns, padlocks, combat boots, and more. Garments include a selection of t-shirts, button-ups, painter pants, and crewnecks, while accessories such as hats and tote bags finish off the collection. Check out the collection on the Nevermind website.

Check back next week for more.


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