Polo Ralph Lauren is banking on the return of Lo heads. Inspired by RL’s 1992 Olympic Games apparel, the Stadium Collection mixes blocks of red, white and blue with Olympic graphics. That coat is wildfire. Sadly, the gear is limited only to top tier stores such as Bodega.
Dad hats never really went away, but now everyone’s wearing them. Shmoxd has a handy guide on how you can take an existing cap, remove the existing embroidery if needed, and add your own design. It takes a bit of time, but it’s cheap and you get a unique cap out of it.
Snowpiercer. Designer Greg Lauren brought an edge to luxury brand Moncler’s clean and shiny apparel by replacing all or part of them with his brand’s washed and weathered clothing and fabric. Lauren called his approach “destroyed elegance and imperfect perfection.”
adidas teamed up with skateboarder Lucas Puig and his homies at Hélas for a dope ’80s-themed collection. The highlights are a track jacket, track pants and shorts that are all made of nylon. The drop also includes an all-white variant of the Matchcourt skate shoe.
Maharishi continues its peaceful military style with its spring/summer 2017 collection. The Tiger Stripe Murale features various apparel adorned with eye-catching camo. Some are reversible, but the highlight of the drop is the fishtail parka with reflective 3M fabric.
HUF and Thrasher Magazine’s early Holiday special for skaters. The Tour de Stoops collection features 90’s style tees, shirts, socks and caps as well as coach jackets, anoraks and shoes. The two brands also made a skate video to complement their collection.
Rock your favorite NBA team’s classic logo with a different color in this exclusive variant of New Era’s stiff crowned snapback cap. For some strange reason the Grizzlies and the Raptors are here (along with the Sonics), but not the Thunder, the Jazz or the Clippers.