The 15 Best Products to Drop This Week & Where to Buy Them

Another week has past and we’re back with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s shopping channel. Every day we trawl through countless online stores to bring you a curated selection of the latest and best in streetwear, sneakers, fashion and lifestyle products, separating the best from the rest, and saving you the hassle of checking hundreds of different webstores in the process. For more of the most up-to-date shopping news, be sure to hit the button below.

With the countdown to Christmas having officially begun for many around the world, this week’s curated selection of must-have products offers ample inspiration for all those at a lose end for what to buy. The North Face has released a very patriotic take on its famed Mule Slipper, items from its most recent collaboration with Supreme are still available, and Maison Margiela offers a masterclass in classic shirting. Amongst this, sneakerheads will be thrilled to hear that the limited edition Nike Air Force 1 “Roc-A-Fella” can also be shopped below.

Without further ado, here are the 15 best products to drop this week.

This is also back in stock after experiencing such high demand.

As always, much of this product is limited, so if you missed out this time, be quicker and tune into next week’s roundup for a selection of more hot products.

And in case you missed it, these OFF-WHITE T-shirt packs are going for nearly $500 each.

Our designated shopping section features products that we love and want to share with you. Highsnobiety has affiliate marketing partnerships, which means we may receive a commission from your purchase.


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By |diciembre 3rd, 2017|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

The Standard Hollywood Is Opening the First In-Hotel Dispensary

The Standard, Hollywood and cannabis label Lord Jones have formed a partnership this year that is highlighted with the opening of the nation’s first cannabis retail location inside of a hotel.

Expected to launch early next year, the new retail space will be located on the ground floor of the The Standard, Hollywood and offer best-in-class cannabis infused products that will be available for both hotel guests and the neighborhood.

Furthermore, the two brands plan to develop an exclusive range of co-branded THC and hemp derived CBD products that will eventually be available to guests at all Standard hotels across the nation.

In other cannabis-related news, the weed industry is booming – legalization or not.


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By |noviembre 21st, 2017|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

adidas Unveils New EQT Support ADV Mid-Top

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Brand: adidas

Model: EQT Support ADV Mid

Key Features: Woven upper, sock-like collar, heel tab, Three Stripes lacing system.

Release Date: February 8, 2018

Price: TBA

Buy: adidas

Editor’s Notes: adidas is looking to evolve the EQT Support ADV, giving us a first look at the new mid-top variation of the sneaker. The shoe is in turn showcased in a familiar EQT scheme, featuring touches of sub green and core black coming together throughout.

Boasting a sock-like collar for a more snug fit, you can look forward to the EQT Support ADV Mid arriving in February of next year.

For more, get an exclusive look at Alexander Wang’s latest adidas Originals delivery.

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By |noviembre 21st, 2017|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

Ian Strange Turns Abandoned Homes Into Art for “ISLAND”

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Ian Strange, who recently worked with Virgil Abloh to include his “Nothing is Finished” instillation in OFF-WHITE’s Australian store, is back with an original project.

Entitled, “ISLAND”, the exhibition is anchored by three new large photographs of foreclosed homes through Ohio’s ‘rust-belt’ region that have undergone paint interventions, artifacts from the homes themselves, a rebuilt section of a demolished house, plus visual aspects of Strange’s research and planning process over the past couple years.

“ISLAND” reflects on the home through the metaphor of the desert island; a place of simultaneous refuge and entrapment. Beyond the context of economic foreclosures, the works touch on a wider idea of suburban isolation and angst. The use of text such as ‘SOS’ and ‘HELP’ directly reference historical instances of entrapment and rescue; letters written in the sand of an island, on the roofs of nail houses in China or on homes following Hurricane Katrina. By presenting these large scale works alongside research and intimate artifacts found inside the homes is intended to transgress notions of scale and interplay the monumental with the intimate and intangible.

The shows is up an running, and will run from Saturday, November 18 at 6-9 P.M. at 149 West 14th Street through December 16. It’s open to the public.

For more on design, check out this contemporary home in Brazil that flows seamlessly from inside out.


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By |noviembre 20th, 2017|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

Nike Designer Sean McDowell Tells the Untold Story of the Air Max Plus

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The Nike Air Max Plus is one of the Swoosh’s many flagship runners that made its introduction in 1998 and has since been reinterpreted in a bevy of colorways and variations such as Ultra makeovers, premium leather editions and slip-ons.

Helping to further define the iconic Air Max lineage, which transcended their performance roots and become a cultural phenomenon, Sean McDowell, the shoe’s designer, shares his memories of creating the classic silhouette in a recent interview with Nike.

…on conceptualizing its aesthetic.

SD: “I hung out on the Florida beaches and just thought and sketched — it was one of my most creative times. One evening, it was turning to dusk, so the very blue sky was starting to fade to dark blue, and the palm trees were blowing in the wind. I sketched that out, and I thought, ‘It could make a quarter panel, like you could hold your foot down with those palm trees.

As soon as I heard ‘sky,’ I was like, ‘Oh my god, I just saw this amazing sky in Florida,’ I did a sunset. I did a blue one. I did a purple one. I tried a couple of different colors and sky versions, some palm trees were a little more tech-y and very geometric, and others were waving. The shank is a modified whale tail, that tail coming out of the water is so iconic.”

…on the distinctive Swoosh on the Air Max Plus.

SD: “No one had given me any guidance because it was my first few days. The shape is a little bit off, and I put the border on the inside, when technically all the brand guidelines say to go outside.”

…on emphasizing the wearer’s perspective when looking down at the sneaker.

SD: “I wanted to put some emphasis on the top-down view. The palm trees looked good on the medial and lateral sides, but when it came to connecting them on the top it looked weird to have a straight line connecting them, so I thought, ‘What else could I do that’s a little more interesting?’ So I put bars of reflectivity going all the way up the forefoot, the vamp and the tongue.”

…on his commitment to detail extending to the outsole.

SD: “I called out the different hemispheres in the rubber because you couldn’t really see them on the medial side, so you didn’t know if there was any new technology. Those lines were pointing to the air bag, like this is the cool thing.”

…on the debut of a striking sublimated treatment and overcoming production issues

SD: “I drew the fade and everyone was like, ‘You’ll never be able to do that, you can’t find a material like that.’ And I said, ‘We’ll just sublimate it…They were doing it in apparel, so I thought it would be pretty easy…The first sample was perfect…I suggested making the whole shoe out of thin welded TPU…I was told, ‘Fly to Asia, make the samples, and hopefully the meeting goes well. They told [me] it was too big to weld. It would take too much power and either melt the fabric or wouldn’t bond.”

…on one memorable example of dedication to the silhouette.

SD: “I saw somebody who got their whole foot tattooed in the pattern of the Tuned Air. The bottom of their foot has the outsole, the stripes and Swoosh on the sides, black all the way up the back with the Tn logo on the back. It’s wild.”

View the entire coverage directly at Nike now.

For more, here’s how to to cop Nike’s heavily branded “Big Logo” Air Max Plus.


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By |noviembre 20th, 2017|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

This Paraglider Defies Gravity in Epic Short Film “Gravity Is Overrated”

Who hasn’t at some point or another dreamt of flying? For paraglider Jean-Baptiste Chandelier, that fantasy has pretty much become a reality on a regular basis.

Here, we in turn get an up-close look at what it’s like to defy gravity and become weightless, as Chandelier makes his way from the French Alps to the coast of South Africa, paragliding off of mountains, down to the ocean, on ski slopes and everywhere in between.

In short, it really looks like this guy is living his best life. Where do we sign up?

For more, see below as BMX rider Bruno Hoffmann hits Berlin for a ‘Stranger Things’-themed video.


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By |noviembre 20th, 2017|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

This Contemporary Home in Brazil Flows Seamlessly From Inside Out

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Gaudenzi Arquitetura has designed a beautiful contemporary home for a young couple with a small daughter, located in the southern area of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. More specifically, the house sits in the residential neighborhood of Gávea, which is well known for the Baixo Gávea, a buzzing enclave packed with trendy cafes and bars.

Built to preserve the majority of the external terrain, which is highlighted by its lush vegetation, all areas of the home flow seamlessly from inside out. Natural light then beams in to brighten up each room, while the residence’s transition between covered and uncovered areas is a key standout element of the house.

For a look inside the Gaudenzi Arquitetura-designed MKK House, which is also immaculately decorated, scan through the gallery above.

Following, be sure to check out these $2 million USD luxury floating homes that are hurricane-resistant.


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By |noviembre 20th, 2017|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

The 25 Best Inventions of 2017, According to ‘TIME’

After revealing the 100 most influential people and the 30 most influential teens of 2017, TIME‘s annual yearly roundup continues as the esteemed publication has named their 25 best inventions this year.

Considering hundreds of inventions worldwide, the unranked list features everything from electronics, clothing, food and more. Here’s what made the cut.

1. Jibo – The $899 social robot

2. eSight 3 – AR glasses

3. Halo Top – Gluten-free ice-cream

4. Fenty Beauty – Rihanna’s newly-launched makeup line

5. Ember Mug – $80 smart mug

6. Thyssenkrupp MULTI – A multi-directional elevator

7. iPhone X – Apple’s latest flagship smartphone

8. Nike Pro hijab – A sports hijab to empower Muslim athletes

9. Forward – $149 per month high-end wellness clinic

10. adidas Futurecraft 4D – 3-D printed sneakers

11. Tesla Model 3 – All-electric four-door luxury sedan

12. Willow Pump – Smart breast pump system design for breastfeeding

13. Nest Secure – Home security system

14. NASA Mars Insight – Robotic Mars lander designed to study the interior and subsurface of Mars

15. Oculus Go – Virtual reality headset

16. Tasty One Top – Induction cooktop that syncs with the Tasty smartphone app to guide chefs through different recipes

17. DJI Spark – The camera drone for everyone

18. Molekule – High-end air filter

19. Michelin Vision Concept – Updated tire tech with 3­D-­printed treads

20. Norton Core – Smart Wi-Fi router designed to detect abnormalities

21. Bempu – Temperature­-monitoring bracelet for babies

22. Nintendo Switch – The seventh major video game console developed by Nintendo

23. VICIS Zero1 – A stronger and safer football helmet

24. GreenWave 3D Ocean Farm – Grow oysters, mussels, clams and seaweed on ropes anchored to the ocean floor

25. Fidget Spinners

For an in-depth review of the entire list, check out the full coverage directly at TIME now.

In other news, Apple Park Visitor’s center is now open and selling exclusive merch.


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By |noviembre 20th, 2017|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

KITH & Nonnative Join for Japanese-Influenced Winter Collection

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Brand: KITH, Nonnative

Season: Winter 2017

Key Pieces: Trooper Boa Shearling Parka, Stroller Pullover, Explorer Zip Shirt, Trooper Pullover, Explorer Hoodie, Farmer Patchwork Denim, Ultra Boost Mid, Twinstrike ADV.

Editor’s Notes: After getting a glimpse at Ronnie Fieg’s collaborative Ultra Boost Mid, KITH gives us a look at its entire winter collection with Nonnative. Nonnative’s expertise in work and military-wear here collides with KITH’s redefined fits and fabric executions.

The capsule then features everything from hoodies and pullovers to various outerwear, sweats, denim and more.

In addition to the aforementioned Ultra Boost Mood, KITH and Nonnative have also worked on the Twinstrike ADV, showcased in tonal premium cream nubuck.

You can look forward to KITH and Nonnative’s winter assortment arriving Black Friday at all KITH shops and online at midnight. Additional retailers include United Arrows Sapporo and Nagoya, United Arrows & Sons and their online store, and coverchord.com.

For more, be sure to check out KITH’s in-house winter collection.


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By |noviembre 20th, 2017|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

This Reddit-Born Streetwear Magazine Is Now on Sale

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A few months ago, Reddit user and graphic designer Dan Hart-Davies created a conceptual publication based around the streetwear subreddit /r/streetwear as a university project.

Now having graduated, Hart-Davies has been redesigning and editing the publication after receiving positive reviews from streetwear aficionados and other publications alike, as the magazine’s first issue is now for sale.

The 98-page mag essentially covers various topics surrounding streetwear, which includes interviews, articles and features from community members.

Priced at around $12 USD, r/streetwear Publication. 01. is now available in limited quantities.

For more streetwear, meet the two streetwear heads who made their own resell app.


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By |noviembre 20th, 2017|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments