This Week's Best Streetwear Drops: From Supreme to Kith
February is when brands have been either continuing their streak of releases or kicking off their Spring '23 collections. These are the best drops incoming this week that you don't want to miss.
North Face Purple Label's Indigo Field Pants
North Face Purple Label is expanding its Spring/Summer '23 collection with the addition of Indigo Field pants. Separate from North Face US, which operates under VF Corp, the North Face Purple Label running under Goldwin brings elevated styles to the adventure-centric apparel line. These pants take inspiration from '80s field jackets with zip cargo pockets and a classic straight-cut fit. What set these pants apart is the indigo-dyed cotton and recycled nylon material that pair to bring a tactical aesthetic to the denim jean look. Finish it off with a multi-pocket design and adjustable waist strap making these pants easy to style with limitless possibilities.
Salomon x And Wander 'XT-SLATE ADVANCED
Salomon links up with Wander for the XT-SLATE ADVANCED. The ongoing partnership with the Japanese fashion label has shown Salomon to break free from just being a performance outdoor brand but also flexing its versatility with style-driven collaborations. The Salomon x and Wander XT-SLATE ADVANCED take on embossed grooves lines on the upper mirroring the rocky terrain the shoes imagine themselves in. A neutral sandy tone on the overlay gives the silhouette a subtle yet effective contrast while a grey midsole and gum rubber outsole come together in perfect harmony. Co-branded multi-color nylon strip runs down the tongue while the quick lace system and Contragrip non-slip outsole leave nothing to be desired regarding functionality and practicality.
Supreme Spring/Summer '23 Collection Week 1
Love it or hate it, the undeniable influence Supreme has had in all levels of fashion is unmatched. Debuting the Spring/Summer collection with extended arms, it features leather outerwear, a Cactus Plant Flea Market collab, and a Kurt Cobain knit sweater that shies away from their signature photo tee. Oh, and accessories, lots of them. Another aspect that makes this release a little bit more special is the relocation of the Supreme LA store previously located on Fairfax making its way over to Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood. The grand opening would feature an LA-exclusive box-logo tee and possibility a Supreme branded helicopter??? Although the corporate aspect of Supreme has put off some people in recent years, their creative firepower is still strong within them, and having Tremaine Emory and Angelo Baque at their side makes for a promising future. Make sure to check out the lookbook before the launch on the Supreme website.
Merrell 1 TRL x Reese Cooper
Merrell taps in with Reese Cooper to explore a style-centric collaboration on their 1TRL assortment. The trail-inspired arsenal is packed with two colorways of the Hydro Runner, MTL MQM, and Moab Speed taking on earth tones and military-inspired greens. Co-branding is featured throughout the silhouettes and encapsulates Reese Cooper's connection to the great outdoors. This collaboration aims to bring Merrell closer to everyday style while functionality is strong at its core.
Kith's Guide to Bottoms
Kith has you covered from shorts to pants to sweats. The ultimate collection of versatile bottoms fills the Spring 2023 lineup. Standouts include the Japanese Indigo Jacquard pants, the utilitarian Dupont cargo shorts, and the Leather Turbo shorts. Kith has always excelled at elevating your closet with daily everyday pieces that you can easily slide into. Simply put the amount of wear and the range of outfits you can pull off simply make these pants worth the purchase.