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This Week's Best Streetwear Drops: From Crenshaw Skate Club to KidSuper

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


NOAH x The Pogues

Ahead of St. Patrick's Day, NYC streetwear label NOAH has released a new capsule honoring the UK rock group The Pogues. Alongside clover motifs, the collection centers around the holiday’s signature color, green. Various shirts, such as a long-sleeved green and white striped t-shirt, feature The Pogues branding front and center on a three-leafed clover. For an edgier selection, a leather sport coat is available, made from 100% black leather with notched lapels and pockets across the waist and one on the chest. The rock band branding can be found on the back, etched into a bright green clover. Casual selections include a crewneck and various t-shirts displaying iconic imagery of the band and inspired graphics. To top things off, a five-panel black leather hat is available with the same clover branding seen throughout the collection, as well as a Zippo lighter. Check out the collection on the NOAH website.  


Aimé Leon Dore SS24 Second Drop

A surprise second drop from Aimé Leon Dore has arrived as a part of their Spring/Summer 2024 collection. Combining athletic leisure and preppy styles, the collection sticks to what the label knows but delivers refreshing transitional designs for the changing of the season. Variety is apparent from pieces such as varsity jackets, a patchwork jacket, soccer jerseys, carpenter pants, and the usual selection of hoodies. Colors lean into muted summer shades, such as army green, navy blue, and cream. Belted Top Coats and Alpaca Blend Overshirts are perfect for layering and the Japanese Selvedge Denim Shorts have arrived just in time for hotter temperatures. Essential options for loungewear round out the collection, from Floral Embroidered hoodies and sweatpants to basic graphic t-shirts. Bucket hats and panel hats can’t be missed for accessories. Check out the collection on the Aimé Leon Dore website


KidSuper SS24 2024 Drop 1

A new Spring/Summer 2024 collection has arrived from the design genius of Colm Dillane for his label KidSuper. Titled “Theater Play,” the collection blazes through artistic expressions galore with abstract patterns, illustrative prints, and a rainbow of bright colors. Inventive pieces include the Doodles Linen Coat and pants, covered in sketches as if you are “wearing your sketchbook,” and the Mannequin Suit, designed to resemble a poseable art mannequin. Sweaters, t-shirts, and hoodies are printed with various face and head-inspired graphics, and other suits come in gradient green or blue designs. Workwear gets a sunny upgrade with the Checkered Painted Printed Work Coat and work pants, with a standout multi-colored checker pattern of blues, yellows, greens, and pinks. Silk scarves, ties, and crochet hats are just as artsy for accessories. Check out the collection on the KidSuper website


Crenshaw Skate Club x Randy's Donuts

Bouncing off of its last campaign featuring a local SoCal donut shop, Crenshaw Skate Club has released a complete capsule collection paying tribute to Randy’s Donuts, a staple to their Los Angeles home base. Label founder Tobey McIntosh has held the landmark donut shop close to his heart since he was a kid. The capsule keeps it simple with a selection of four graphic t-shirts and two new skate decks. Randy’s Donuts text and graphics intertwine with CSC branding, from a donut-wielding man on a skateboard to the exterior of Randy’s Donut shop surrounded by skateboarders. Available basic colors are white, black, and ash grey, and a pink colorway is available to mix things up. Check out the collection on the Crenshaw Skate Club website.           



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