top of page

This Week's Best Streetwear Drops: From Even/Odd to OVO

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

Even/Odd Defender Collection

Even/Odd Studio, based in California, has partnered with the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office for a new capsule collection. The capsule collection, featuring just graphic t-shirts, was created under the Adachi Project, a project that highlights individuals and communities that have fallen victim to systemic injustice in the legal system. One shirt of the collection is titled “The Best Defense Money Can’t Buy” and showcases legal-themed graphics, bold text, and a classic “call now” infomercial-style script. Another shirt features “From Injustice We Rise” text stretched over two pillars, with gothic font spelling “Defender” down the side of one long sleeve. The shirts have been designed in typical street-style fashion, with oversized silhouettes and eye-catching colors. 100% of proceeds go to The Adachi Project. Check out the capsule on the Even/Odd website


Rapper Nas has come together with Japanese designer Takashi Kumagai’s label, WIND AND SEA, for a streetwear essentials capsule collection. This being the first collaboration between the two, the collection features a selection of pieces for layering, such as long-sleeve tops and t-shirts, as well as knits and hoodies for outerwear. In the spotlight as a graphic for the collection are portraits of Nas gracing the front of hoodies, shirts, and sweaters. Elsewhere, t-shirts are simplified with “Nas” lettering in gothic font, while WIND AND SEA iconography can be spotted throughout all the pieces in a similar typeface. The colors are moody and cool-toned, with deep shades of blue, black, and white, and khaki and red making a few appearances. Check out the collection on the WIND AND SEA website


Drake’s lifestyle brand OVO has returned with another NFL collaboration. Previously in the year, OVO released its first NFL collection with letterman jackets and other garments designed with NFL teams in mind, like the Dallas Cowboys, the Miami Dolphins, and more. This time around, the second drop of the collaboration has a similar execution, with garments such as varsity jackets, hoodies, and t-shirts adorned with NFL teams previously left out from the first drop. Teams like the Kansas City Chiefs, the New England Patriots, the New York Jets, and more now have their time to shine in this drop. OVO’s and each NFL team’s logos are mixed together throughout the collection, and the campaign features big names like Snoop Dogg, rapper Action Bronson, and rapper Birdman. Check out the collection on the OVO website and the NFL website

Check back next week for more.


bottom of page