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This Week's Best Streetwear Drops: From HUF to Awake

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


HUF Worldwide Fall 2023 Collection

Technical outwear is under the spotlight for HUF’s Fall 2023 collection, decked out with graphics and sticking to classic staples. The streetwear label, originally from California, focuses on 90s graffiti and skate design for this collection, as well as varsity-inspired silhouettes and 70s-era flare here and there. Graphics are all over the map ranging from HUF flames, to dragons, and more. The color palette melts together earthy and warm neutrals with cool and cozy tones reminiscent of the fall and winter seasons. Sherpa jackets, bomber jackets, and corduroy jackets shine for HUF’s technical aesthetics, while t-shirts, hoodies, and crewnecks keep things cozy and cool with the standout graphics. Check out the collection on HUF’s website.



Awake New York x Union Los Angeles

Angelo Baque’s streetwear label Awake NY has partnered with Union LA once again to bring historical context to the streetwear aesthetic, modeled by Long Beach rapper Vince Staples. The forefront of the small capsule collection, a collared shirt with a money-inspired print, depicts The Battle of Curalaba, a battle between the Mapuche people and the Spanish conquerors in Chile in 1598. The shirt, however, depicting a ferocious show of brutality, is crafted in sunny tones of green, blue, and orange. Another piece of the collection, a graphic t-shirt, highlights the phrase “Union Rebellion” and “Awake” layered overtop. Other items, such as shorts and a zip-up hoodie, depict similar patterns. Check out the collection on Awake NY's webstore.



Stussy x Dutty Paul

Stüssy has taken their newest collaboration to musical heights by teaming up with Jamaican-born reggaeton artist Sean Paul. The collection, made to celebrate the rapper’s 30-year career, is only made up of two pieces, a black and a white graphic t-shirt both featuring a graphic of Paul wearing thick framed sunglasses and a spiked leather jacket, with the Stüssy logo, Sean Paul’s name, and “International Tribe” scrawled overtop of his image in either red or neon green coloring. Check out the collection on Stüssy’s website.



Check back next week for more.

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