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

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

Dua Lipa x PUMA

Dua Lipa and PUMA have always been a match made in heaven when it comes to their collaborations. The UK-born singer has been collaborating with PUMA since 2020, and their latest lookbook, “Forever Classic,” has just dropped with a sporty-style aesthetic that touches on PUMA’s 75-year history. Lipa hand-picked pieces from PUMA’s archive to remix into her collaboration with the brand, from the classic PUMA suede sneaker to jackets and vintage jersey t-shirts. The collection combines athleisure and streetwear with a bright color palette of blue and red against stark white and black. Check out some of the available pieces on the PUMA website.

Fear of God x New Era

Luxury clothing label Fear of God and hat label New Era have teamed up to release a range of fitted caps inspired by Major League Baseball teams in a collection titled “The Classic Collection.” MLB teams featured on the 59FIFTY hats include but are not limited to the Miami Marlins, the Chicago Cubs, and the New York Mets, through the respective team’s colors. The center “F” logo pays homage to the Detroit Tigers, the team that Fear of God’s creative director’s father, Jerry Manuel Sr., wore during his MLB career. Check out the collection on New Era’s website.

Crenshaw Skate Club

For their summer capsule collection, Crenshaw Skate Club has released a variety of graphic t-shirts, shorts, and accessories. Based in Southern California, the clothing label takes inspiration from the life around founder Tobey McIntosh by creating graphics related to barbershops and underground parties. One such graphic displayed on a t-shirt features different barbershop hairstyles, complete with the Crewnshaw Skate Club logo. Oversized shorts are the silhouette of the summer collection, and the choice in hats is either black or brown. Red, brown, grey, and white are the collection's main colors, with pops of pink and yellow sprinkled throughout. Check out the collection on Crenshaw Skate Club’s website.

Check back next week for more.


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