Headie One x Daily Paper and sacai and Carhartt WIP link up: your Friday Roundup 

Headie One x Daily Paper and sacai and Carhartt WIP link up: your Friday Roundup 

by Ollie Cox
9 min

You’ve made it to the end of another week, so give yourself a pat on the back. If you’re in London, it’s Carni, so go wild. On top of this, there’s plenty to get excited about, from Our Legacy’s lengy running gear to Hoka’s collaboration with Brain Dead. Whatever you get up to this weekend, start the bank holiday off properly with your Friday Roundup. 

Ramp up your running wardrobe with Our Legacy Work Shop x Satisfy 

Our Legacy Work Shop consistently brings us some of the sickest collaborations and shows no signs of slowing down. Its latest joint venture sees the Stockholm label team up with Satisfy Running for a premium sportswear collection of WORK SHOP windbreakers and shorts in water-repellent salt-treated Italian MAJO TECH rip-stop nylon, adding a crispy hand to the fly-weight deadstock fabric. 

Satisfy have you covered for when things get sweaty, debuting three new overdyed colours to their knitted Japanese Auralite 4-way stretch fabric running tops, available in a muscle tee and short-sleeve silhouette. On top of this, a series of REPOSSESSED MARATHON tees will be available, printing over vintage marathon tees with WORK SHOP reflective prints and SATISFY finishing. Whether you’re an athlete or an aesthete, there’s something in this collection for you. Launching exclusively with Dover Street Market at 11AM local time on Friday, 25 August, this is one to set your alarm for! 

Our Legacy Work Shop ©

Canada Goose get arty for a Fall-Winter capsule collection

Canada Goose is adding a layer of luxury to its designs for its Canada Goose x Rokh x Matt McCormick Collection, the first of a series of exciting collaborations set to drop for the season ahead. This partnership fuses high fashion with function, including outerwear, knitwear and accessories. Rok Hwang is a London by way of Seoul and Austin designer and the brains behind Rokh. His luxury womenswear label meets the work of multidisciplinary artist Matt McCormick for this Canada Goose collab. The collection includes winter-ready staples such as trench coats, puffer jackets, knitwear, and accessories. Officially launching on September 7th, the collection will only be available at select Canada Goose locations – Aspen, Soho, Beverly Center, and The Shops at Wynn Las Vegas – as well as exclusively available for a two-week pop-up at the Fred Segal flagship on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles.

Canada Goose/ Rokh / Matt McCormick ©

Norse Projects channels its Nordic roots 

With the help of Danish chef and author Mikkel Karstad, Norse Projects channelled the Nordic roots of the brand through a campaign that focused on the beauty of the natural environment. As a chef, Karstad draws inspiration from the earth seen in shots against a tree-filled backdrop. Pieces from the collection include GORE-TEX macs, full zip jackets and insulated bombers, perfect for the months ahead. 

Norse Projects ©

Gramicci has you covered from the mountain to the metropolis 

Gramicci’s FW23 collection has you covered for both alpine and urban environments with a clothing offering designed for the elements. Outerwear highlights include down jackets and waterproof shells, designed to work alongside layering pieces such as the much-loved Sherpa fleece designs to keep you warm no matter the weather. Heavy-duty canvas has been deployed for its climbing and heavy-duty equipment for this utilitarian collection. The full offering is available from today, so grab it here while you can!

Gramicci ©

Function is at the forefront of the sacai x Carhartt WIP collection

First previewed on the Parisian runways in January, sacai brought the wow factor to workwear. A series of men’s and women’s silhouettes fuse sacai’s fashion-forward designs with the hard-wearing styles of Carhartt WIP. The campaign focuses on the rituals associated with skateboarding, with skaters Tolya Titaev and Pepe Tirelli starring alongside Kasper Kapica. A series of pop-ups will take place to launch the collection, starting with Dover Street Market on September 6. Keep your eyes peeled for this one. 

sacai / Carhartt WIP ©

Mia Khalifa’s Sheytan introduces new beach-ready thong

Sheytan, the design stable of Mia Khalifa has branched out beyond jewellery for its latest collection. Sheytan’s micro T-style “Shh! Thong ” features a signature golden “SHH” logo, serving as the perfect accessory for the Sheytan’s body jewellery range, designed to be worn in and out of the water. The SHH thong arrives in 4 colours, perfect for a late summer getaway. 

Sheytan ©

Headie One teams up with Daily Paper for FW23

For its Fall 23 collection, Amsterdam’s Daily Paper has tapped UK hip hop artist Headie One to front the campaign. Headie One is known for his 2018 collaboration with RV and chart-topping debut album Edna. In January, Headie One released the thought-provoking ‘Martin’s Sofa’. Contemporary mens and womenswear make up the collection, arriving on the cusp of summer before fall. Look out for faded denim, tonal knitwear and patterned two pieces. Head to the Daily Paper webstore to see more. 

Daily paper ©

Bape’s big London birthday 

Earlier this year, BAPE celebrated its 30th anniversary in New York, attended by Lil Baby, Lola Brooke, Jaylen Brown, Madeline Argy and Mia Khalifa. Now, the party is going worldwide, with each store releasing an anniversary T-shirt with a unique design. The London store Tee features the colours of the Union Jack and is a must-buy for anyone serious about the brand. Head to Bape.com to get yours. 

Bape ©

Stone Island have you covered for minimalist menswear 

Distinguished by small white embroidery, the Stone Island STELLINA line maintains minimalist lines while distinguishing itself through raw cut edges, sharp geometries traced by the topstitching and a matryoshka pocket system. For practical, premium outerwear, from parkers to hooded jackets, look no further than Stone Island’s STELLINA collection. 

Stone Island ©

Brain Dead and Hoka get serious about sandals 

Loved by athletes and Dalston-dwelling art directors alike, Hoka has risen onto the radars of fashion-forward folk in recent years, and we’re here for it. Sometimes, you just need to give your feet a rest. Brain Dead knows this and has worked on a super stylish Hopara sandal perfect for festivals or flexing how comfy you are down the pub. From a rubber outsole with 4mm multi-directional lugs to a flexible neoprene collar, you’d have to be brain dead to miss out on these. Do your feet a favour and grab a pair today on WEAREBRAINDEAD.COM or Hoka.com

Braindead / Hoka ©

CAT’s latest sneaker will sort you out for winter 

Known for its durable footwear, CAT has you covered with its REACTOR pack. Merging industrial heritage with cutting-edge innovation, these shoes use Caterpillar’s industrial legacy to inform the designs, featuring a revolutionary eye-stay cage to pay homage to the protective cage of the Caterpillar tractor. A leather and mesh construction provides optimal durability that can stand up to the rigours of modern life with ease, all while maintaining fashion-forward and recognisable design. 

CAT ©

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