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This Week's Best Streetwear Drops: From Gramicci to PUMA

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

Gramicci SS24 

Set in the cosmopolitan hub of London, Gramicci has revealed a new Spring/Summer 2024 collection, set to drop soon, based on California counterculture in the 90s. With an aesthetic playing toward organized chaos, Gramicci’s new campaign unfolds at some of London’s lesser-known landmarks, such as a River Thames driving range and Shadwell Basin. The underground metro also makes an appearance in the campaign to tie together a collection that rests on contemporary, playful, active values while sticking to oversized streetwear silhouettes. Canvas and twill are fabrics of the moment for Gramicci, making up several of the garments of the collection, and waterproof and nylon fabrics come in handy for jackets and pants. Colorful logo t-shirts and crewnecks are staples of the collection, and climbing and swim shorts offer options for the summertime. Check out the collection on the Gramicci website.    

Stone Island SS24 “Ghost”

Stone Island has just dropped its new Spring/Summer 2024 capsule, perfect for temperamental Spring weather. Titled the “Ghost” capsule, the label has focused on simplicity within outerwear and turned its attention to lightweight materials for this new collection. As Stone Island is known for, jackets are the center of the collection, with highlights such as canvas utility field jackets, hooded vests, and bomber jackets. The color scheme of this collection screams monochromatic, with pieces available only in beige, blue, and black. To add warmth to the collection, a range of sweaters is available, crafted from soft seven gauge cashmere cotton. Cargo pants range from regular to loose, and the occasional t-shirt and polo are mixed into the capsule. Check out the collection on the Stone Island website.  

sacai x Carhartt WIP Spring/Summer 2024

Labels sacai and Carhartt WIP are back with the second drop of their Spring/Summer 2024 collaboration. The essentials of both brands have melded together through reversible coats, workwear blended with formalwear, and utility motifs sprinkled in as details and accessories. Double-breasted formal blazers have been sewn into recognizable Carhartt WIP workwear coats, while dresses have been blended into Carhartt WIP overalls. Elsewhere, utility pockets adorn shorts, oversized zip-up coats, and trench coats. The color scheme sticks to the typical Carhartt WIP khaki shade, as well as black, grey, white, and sage green. Carhartt logos are spread across the collection, specifically centered on the left pockets of garments and the center of versatile hats. Check out the collection on the sacai website.     

PUMA x Noah 

PUMA and Noah have come together to unveil a retro sports-inspired collection that sees the release of two new PUMA sneakers along with a slew of vintage aesthetic sportswear. Inspired by wrestler Hudson Tyler and a photo of him taken by sports photographer Collier Schorr, the collaboration has brought an “off-duty athlete” vibe to garments such as a coach’s jacket, overalls, a jersey top, and basics like hoodies and sweatpants. An old-school panther graphic dons the laid-back pieces, and a shade of light blue plays a role in the collection. A cycling cap with a rainbow knit detail is an option for an accessory, and PUMA has crafted two new pairs of sneakers: a neutral pair of high-top wrestling shoes and the PUMA Arizona sneaker in a navy and powder blue colorway. Check out the collection on the Noah website

Check back next week for more.


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