Top 5 February Fashion Drops - Pt. 2
Twice a month, the Better Off Silent Staff puts together a list of our favorite most recent fashion drops for you to stay on top of the hottest releases in streetwear. Here is the second part of the top fashion picks for February.
By Better Off Silent System
Carhartt Wip x L'Art de L’Automobile
Carhartt Work in Progress and Paris-based lifestyle brand by renowned car dealer Arthur Kar,
L’Art de l’Automobile have announced their first-ever collaboration titled KARHARTT.
For this collection, Kar was inspired by Carhartt WIP’s Detroit heritage and Carhartt Inc.’s early history in producing its own cars in 1911. KARHARTT combines Kar’s design sensibility with Carhartt WIP archive staples.
Billionaire Boys Club Bee Line x Timberland.
Billionaire Boys Club‘s Bee Line and Timberland are departing from the 6-Inch Boot, their standard synergetic centerpiece, and are presenting a full capsule of hiking-inspired gear, centered around low and high-top takes on the Garrison Trail hiking shoe while also boasting a full set of apparel.
Stella Artois x Palace Skateboards.
Palace Skateboards and Belgian beer icon Stella Artois have officially announced their spring 2021 collaboration dubbed “Palace Artois". The collection features an extensive lineup, including apparel and various beer-related accessories. The designs fuse the Palace logo with Stella Artois’ artistic branding, creating a creative representation of Stella’s archive, skateboard culture, and inspirations from the much-missed hub of social life, the pub.
Travis Scott x i-D Magazine.
To celebrate the launch of the Utopia in Dystopia issue, i-D has teamed up with Travis Scott on an i-D x Cactus Jack limited edition merch collaboration, available globally in a limited run from today the collection features a range of hoodies, t-shirts and a beanie.
Arc’teryx x Sam Jayne.
As part of their ongoing Artist Series collection, Canadian outdoor company Arc’teryx is teaming up with LA based designer Sam Jayne (@jamsayne) of Jam LA (@jamstore.la) on 50 one-off custom products that will be sold exclusively at Arc’teryx’s store in LA. 15% of proceeds from the sale of this limited collection will support @crenshawdairymart for its collaboration with @Summaeverythang Community Center to provide free art supplies to the Watts and South-Central Los Angeles community.