Sasom Weekly: Sneakers & Streetwear
Street Fashion Drops of the Week that You Need to See!
VF Corporation is buying Supreme for $2.1 Billion
VF Corporation, the American company that currently owns brands including Vans, The North Face, Dickies, and Timberland, is adding skateboard and streetwear brand Supreme to its line of apparel brands with a $2.1 billion acquisition deal. (63 Billion Baht) It seems like we might be seeing much more collaborative collection between Supreme and brands under VF Corporation soon.
CDG COMME des GARÇONS x Stüssy
The streetwear brand Stüssy is now celebrating its 40th anniversary with a Japanese brand, COMME des GARÇONS special collab collection. Similar to Stüssy Holiday 2020 collection, the special collection features basic pieces such as t-shirts, bomber jackets, beach pants, bucket hats, and canvas bags, all elevated with the classic Stüssy logo and CDG branding. The 40th-anniversary drop will be on November 13 via select chapter stores, Dover Street Market, and the Stüssy webstore.
Run-DMC x Adidas Superstar
When it comes to the Superstar silhouette, Adidas and Run-DMC are no strangers. In the past years, the duo have worked on several special collections celebrating the 25th and 35th anniversary of the adidas Superstar model. Set to launch on November 14 for their Superstar's 50th anniversary, the celebrating capsule comes with a special set of Run DMC x Adidas Superstar and retro-inspired apparel.
'Spider-Man: Miles Morales' x adidas Originals Superstar
Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Superstar and the PlayStation 4 and 5 release of Spider-Man: Miles Morales, adidas Originals is releasing another collaborative Superstar inspired by Miles Morales Black/Red silhouette. The upper features a bright red and black premium leather, complemented with the PlayStation logo on the lace deubré and Spider-Man logo on the heel counter. Both the Low-Top and Hi-Top variants of the sneaker will launch on November 19 at the Adidas online store.
Naomi Osaka CDG x Nike Blazer Mid
The early rumours confirmed: the official image of Naomi Osaka's CDG x Nike Blazer Mid has now surfaced featuring white corduroy elements along with grey suede panels and COMME des GARÇONS branding. The shoes' lateral also features a Japanese professional tennis player, Naomi Osaka's signature above the meaningful message, "Home is where the heart is." Rumour has it that the silhouette is set to release sometime this November. Stay tuned on Sasom for more updates!