New week, new drops. We’re back with a curation of the hottest drops from fashion, music, culture and arts. From pop-ups to sneakers, eco-minded exhibitions to streetwear link ups, there’s a lot to keep an eye out for this week. Calendars at the ready.
Mos Def Gig
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If it feels like we’ve been waiting a lifetime for this one, we kind of have. Hailing from New York, Mos Def (AKA Yasiin Bey) is set to perform his iconic 1999 album Black on Both Sides from start to finish at Kentish Town Forum. After a stint of being rescheduled, this is your chance to experience history in the making.
Available – May 12th
Supreme x Stone Island
Dropping this Thursday as is tradition, two giants of the streetwear scene are once again coming together to release an expansive collection. With standout outerwear pieces nestled alongside more functional offerings, we see Stone Island’s compass logo take centre stage, with co branding from Supreme and a healthy dose of camo print. Set your alarms.
Available – May 12th
Tyrell Winston x Reebok Club C
In the sneaker-sphere, artist Tyrell Winston has collaborated with Reebok to release a shoe that is set to drop on Friday. Recognised for his deflated basketball installations that have cropped up across New York City, the artist is taking over the iconic Club C. The sneaker sees a hand-drawn NY logo on the tongue, and Winston’s autograph on the sole.
Designer Market by the Pop-Up Girls
Available – May 13th
In Shoreditch, London, the Pop-Up Girls are throwing their monthly all-femme, all-fun market on Saturday. The day will see sustainable, female-led brands selling their designs, alongside music, coffee and natural wines for when you’ve shopped to the limit.
Fear Of God x Essentials
The collabs keep on coming, with this one uniting luxury and staples. The collection features, as its name suggests, all the essentials: hoodies, tees, tracksuits and footwear, updated with Jerry Lorenzo’s signature touch. There’s even some denim in the mix this time around.
Available – Now
Our Time on Earth exhibition
Our Time on Earth is a major new immersive and interactive exhibition exploring radical ideas from around the world that address how we live, held at the Barbican, London. This week, the Institute of Digital Fashion’s project was added to the exhibition, who told ShowStudio that “we wanted to create an emotional environment that was reactionary and involuntary, linking the hormone networks of plants to the blush of humans”.
Available – Now until August
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