Streetwear collaborations that have marked the beginning of April
Streetwear collaborations are pouring in as April begins. Calvin Klein teams up with Palace, Timberland redesigns its classic boot together with Billionaire Boys Club, The Hundreds collaborates with Mike Giant, and Puma delivers a capsule collection in partnership with Black Fives Foundation. Let's take a closer look at the collaborations from this week:
Calvin Klein x Palace
Calvin Klein has teamed up with London-based skateboarding brand Palace. The capsule collection entitled "CK1 Palace" is comprised of about fifty garments. Prices range from €12 to €210. This limited edition collection is available on both labels’ online websites and in select stores.
The skateboard label has redesigned the New York-based brand’s iconic pieces. The lineup includes denim jeans and baggy shorts, T-shirts, sweaters and underwear for men and women. The two brands also offer a range of accessories including a headwear line, socks and a co-branded skateboard. They also designed a pair of shoes, "CALVANS", in collaboration with Vans. Calvin Klein revamped its unisex fragrance, Ck One, for the occasion.
Timberland x Bee Line For Billionaire Boys Club
Renowned boot brand Timberland has collaborated for the eighth time with the Billionaire Boys Club label, founded by Pharrell Williams and Nigo. The two brands offer a nine-piece Spring/Summer 2022 capsule collection available on the footwear brand’s website and at select retailers (starting from €75).
The two brands have teamed up to design eco-friendly hiking gear in a warm color palette. The lineup includes leather shoes, which are said to be made of 75% recycled materials, and functional clothing, such as recycled cotton sweaters and organic cotton sweatshirts.
The Hundreds x Mike Giant
The Hundreds and graffiti artist Mike Giant released a unisex capsule collection on Thursday, April 7, of a dozen pieces available on the brand’s online website and its own app (prices range from €11 to €180). This new line travels back to the 1990s and is inspired by rave culture, paying homage to the golden age of mixtapes.
The New York artist combined the art of graffiti with the streetwear label’s signature style. Shades of cobalt blue, bright yellow, and lime green provided a colorful collection consisting of two-tone printed T-shirts, oversized hoodies, overalls with multiple pockets, a satin effect overshirt jacket and a snapback reminiscent of the 90s. Sizes range from S to 2XL.
Puma x Black Fives Foundation
The German sportswear brand, Puma, has been distributing its third collection in collaboration with the Black Fives Foundation since April 6.
The capsule collection consisting of thirteen pieces in a color palette of red, green, yellow and blue pays tribute to basketball and African American culture, featuring several pairs of sneakers, including a reinterpretation of the Sweden shoe model. Prices range from €40 for a T-shirt to €150 euros for a basketball jersey.
New York-based brand Kith and the Portland-based outdoor brand presented their sixth collection in the Element Exploration Agency (EEA) series. The American duo, who are no strangers to collaborations, have created a men's capsule collection consisting of 45 pieces (ranging from €40 to €680) available in Kith stores and on its online website.
Kith and Columbia offer hiking gear inspired by natural earth-toned landscapes, with a color palette of red, yellow, and ocher. The line is designed to resist harsh weather conditions and includes windbreakers, a waterproof parka, cargo pants, 100% cotton T-shirts and even fleece shorts for avid trekkers.
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