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This Week's Best Streetwear Drops: From STAPLE to Supreme

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


STAPLE Spring 2024 Collection

STAPLE has dropped its first Spring 2024 collection, just in time for heading into the Spring season ahead. The focus of this first drop rests on merging workwear and casualwear through contemporary designs with oversized fits and relaxed silhouettes. To prepare for the changing of the season, outerwear becomes transitional with options for heavier trench coats, such as the Everest Trench Jacket, and lighter selections, such as the Olympus Liner Jacket. Elsewhere, various materials can be found for your layering needs, such as the Captain Denim Jacket or the nylon-based Delancey Coach Jacket. Pair the Captain Denim Jacket with the matching Beacon Cargo Pant, sporting the same woven and wavy pattern and raw finished edges. Cotton hoodies, sweatpants, and t-shirts round out the collection for a more cozy and laid-back approach. STAPLE branding, such as Old English text embroidery, graphics, and varsity-style lettering, is featured across a variety of colored hoodies, crewnecks, and sweatpants, from black, grey, dark green, and coral pink. Check out the collection on the STAPLE website.   


NEEDLES x OVO 

Drake’s label OVO has come together with Japanese brand NEEDLES for the first time ever to release a new collection. In this collection, NEEDLES brings its expertise in well-crafted tracksuits together with OVO’s expertise in quality loungewear. The seven-piece capsule features an array of basics, such as track jackets incorporating both labels’ logos, the NEEDLES butterfly and OVO’s owl, and colored t-shirts mixing together the butterfly emblem with OVO lettering. Track pieces are available in either black or white with gold detailing on the sides of the jacket, sleeves, and stitched logos. Track pants follow suit, making perfect co-ord options. A special mohair cardigan stands out from the rest of the collection, printed with “October’s Very Own,” the full OVO name. A dark plaid button-up shirt finishes out the collection with co-branding and distressed details. As for accessories, pick up a light grey bandana printed with the OVO owl surrounded by NEEDLES butterflies. Check out the collection on the NEEDLES website and the OVO website.     


Crenshaw Skate Club Core Logo

Keeping things simple is Crenshaw Skate Club’s newest drop that takes things back to its Core Logo classic styles, revived for the present. As the collection name suggests, CSC has released a slew of t-shirts and hoodies that revamp the label’s classic logo in new ways, such as the Newspaper Tee featuring exaggerated bubble lettering or the classic OG Logo Hoodie featuring block lettering on the front and back. Matching sweatpants accompany the hoodies in similar lettering and available colors, such as ash grey, black, and navy. The Core logo campaign also showcases available kids t-shirts, a first for CSC, that come in repeat colorways and text style of the adult OG Logo Hoodies. The CSC campaign features kids sporting the label’s apparel standing in a donut shop while older models sport the apparel in a way true to the label’s name: by skating. Check out the collection on the Crenshaw Skate Club website


Supreme x North Face Spring 2024 

Entering into Spring 2024 comes Supreme’s new collaboration with outerwear brand North Face. The new collection between the long-time collaborative brands sees typical North Face apparel elevated by the luxury streetwear aesthetics of Supreme, such as the North Face Nuptse Jacket, the iconic puffer jacket we all know and love. Patterns such as camo have been split down the middle of one Nuptse Jacket, with one side your usual army green colors and the other side firey red and yellow colors with black accents. Another Nuptse Jacket is half tan colored, half purple. A basic black Nuptse jacket is also available. Each jacket features the detail of a Supreme logo patch on the sleeve underneath the North Face logo. A split Taped Seam Shell Jacket exhibits the same camo print, as well as other colorways and logo patch details on the sleeve. Logo Denim Trucker Jackets in three colorways feature a paneled seam “S” logo, while crewnecks, available in black, tan, white, and red, showcase graphic text sleeves and printed logos on the chest. Check out the collection on the Supreme website



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