COOLPANTS. The Weekly Streetwear Blog / Supreme

VOL 8: SUPREME, TYLER THE CREATOR & GOSHA RUBCHINSKIY

Welcome to Cool Pants. Here are 3 things that happened in streetwear this week:

1. SUPREME'S FALL/WINTER 17 COLLECTION

This week we got a good look at what we can expect from Supreme's Fall/Winter 17 collection. Among other things, the series includes a Nas tee, a potential Nike collab, and some pop-arty jackets and crewnecks. Check out all of the details below:

2. TYLER THE CREATOR x CONVERSE

Directly following his latest release Flower Boy, Tyler the Creator is back creating in a different realm. Converse officially released Tyler's take on the Converse One Star this week. Unfortunately for anyone looking to cop, these sold out on the first day. Nonetheless, I think this is a good step for the sneaker brand & the shoes are worth a look. Check them out here.

Tyler the Creator One Star

3. ABOUT GOSHA RUBCHINSKIY

Fashion-focused Youtube channel i-D release a behind-the-scenes look at Russian designer Gosha Rubchinskiy's latest fashion show. The interview includes musings from the man himself, as well as a comprehensive look at how he is becoming one of the more important voices for Russia's youth. Check out the video here.

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VOL 7: Supreme x Nas, Frank Ocean & Neymar

Welcome to Cool Pants. Here are 3 things that happened in streetwear this week:

1. SUPREME x NAS 

Supreme is back teasing another big-time collab, this time with hip hop royalty; Nas. The photo below gives us a taste of what we can expect in about a month or so. This is a must-cop for all the hip-hop heads out there. I'll be sure to keep you posted when the whole collection is revealed.  

2. WHERE TO COP FRANK OCEAN'S TEE

At his a performance this week at Panorama Fest in New York, Frank Ocean dawned a shirt saying, "WHY BE RACIST, SEXIST, HOMOPHOBIC, OR TRANSPHOBIC WHEN YOU COULD JUST BE QUIET". The shirt, apropos given the climate of this week has become quite a sought after item. If your feeling the message, here's where to cop

3. NEYMAR DROPS 18K ON SNEAKERS

Soccer mega-star, Neymar was on Complex's Sneaker Shopping this week to talk all things shoes. Neymar himself was blessed with his own signature Jordan, and talks about his experience meeting the man himself. Oh. Ya. He also spent $18,000 on new kicks. Bah. Soccer PAYS people. Jeeez. Check the video below.

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Vol 3: $200 Underwear, Ric Flair & Supreme

Vol 3: $200 Underwear, Ric Flair & Supreme

Welcome to Cool Pants. Here are 3 things that happened in streetwear this week:

1. $200 Underwear

OK. So the French Fashion house Balenciaga just dropped their Spring/Summer line which included $200 underwear set. No lie they are literally just black and white underwear with Balenciaga woven into the waist band. You can’t even flex on people in these…they are underwear. smh.

Read more about the drop here:

2. Ric Flair Sneaker Shopping

If anyone knows anything about wrestling, they know about the The Nature Boy … Rick Flair. A man LeBron James himself calls the inventor of swag. Well Mr. Flair was on Complex’s ‘Sneaker Shopping’ this week breaking down his favourite kicks and showing off his $160,000 outfit. It’s definitely worth a watch.

Check it out here:

3. Supreme x Louis Vuitton Release

Lastly, Supreme and Louis Vuitton dropped their much anticipated collaboration this week. This was easily one of the most hyped drops in recent memory. Along with the classic box logo tee, there were leathers (wallets, belts), kicks, and a signature Louis Vuitton all-over print hoodies. The video below shows the line at the London store. There was a kid who dropped $8,000…now thats hype.

Check out the crazy video of the London line here:

That's it for the week. Cool Pants. See you in 7 days.

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