The BAE Bulletin: Here’s When and Where to Cop This Week’s Best Drops
adidas Originals debuts its cleanest Campus yet.
Post-fashion month, it’s time to update your closet and vanity with new spring essentials. On the latest’s BAE Bulletin, we see a good mix of footwear, beauty and apparel releases that will get you excited for warmer weather.
From the runway-ready Jonathan Simkhai x Reebok Freestyle Hi collaboration to adidas Originals‘ newest Campus and Gazelle styles, there’s no shortage of street-chic sneakers. On the makeup side of things, we’re lusting over the new Pat McGrath Labs and Urban Decay palettes. Lastly, bringing heat to the clothing department this week are cozy girl favorites Frankie Collective and Kappa, as well as the minimalist-approved brand, COS.
Continue reading to find out more details about the best launches of the week.
Release Date: March 6
Release Price: Approximately $120 USD, available at select Three Stripe stockists like NAKED
adidas Originals has updated two of its most popular silhouettes, the Gazelle and Campus, with a new technique called “Stitch & Turn.” Featuring completely seamless uppers, these new adi shoes might just be the cleanest yet. Coming in black, cream and more colorways, the sneakers are embossed with the iconic Three Stripe branding without any trace of sewing. Will you be adding these to your footwear rotation?
As part of his Spring/Summer 2018 collection, designer Jonathan Simkhai has linked up with Reebok to create a range of Freestyle Hi reworks. Four standout styles from the collaborative line, including ecru crochet, indigo denim, ecru denim and powder pink leather are now finally made available for purchase. Equal parts versatile and feminine, this capsule is a must-cop for any sneaker-loving ladies. Scroll through above to peep the selection.
Release Date: March 7
Release Price: $55 USD, available to shop at patmcgrath.com
Legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath has blessed us beauty addicts with three new, mini eyeshadow palettes. As travel-friendly versions of the original “Mothership” line, each of the palettes comes packed with six shimmery and matte shades perfect for creating day-to-night looks. Oh, and the mirror inside is just the icing on the cake. Take a look at the sleek packaging above.
Release Date: March 8
Release Price: TBC, available for purchase at Sephora
Another palette worth splurging on this week is Urban Decay’s latest Backtalk Palette. Featuring the prettiest rose-tinged packaging, the double sided kit sees eight pink and earth-toned eyeshadow colors as well as four coordinating blush and highlighter shades. Seriously, what’s not to love?
Release Date: 9 a.m. PST on March 8
Release Price: TBC, available at Frankie Collective’s web store
Set your alarms because Frankie Collective is about to release another reworked Supreme drop. Like its previous collection, the brand’s new launch is expected to fly off the shelves almost instantly. Stay tuned with us for more information on the product lineup. In the meantime, check out our exclusive interview with Frankie Collective’s creative director, Sara Gourlay.
Release Date: March 9
Release Price: TBC, available online and in-store at COS
COS is getting into the mood for warm and breezy weather with its Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Ideal for both formal and casual dressing, the upcoming range is filled with clean and well-tailored silhouettes, all designed with a neutral color palette of white, tan, olive green and dark blues hues. Curate your perfect minimalist wardrobe with pieces from this line.
Release Date: March 10
Release Price: TBC, available at select Kappa retailers like Tokyo’s UNFOLLOW
Retro lovers would be able to appreciate Kappa’s latest “BANDA” collection. For the Spring/Summer 2018 season, the cult sportswear label is dropping a lineup of tracksuits and zip-up pullovers — all rounded off by the brand’s iconic OMNI logo. Add a splash of color to your closet with these turquoise and bright orange coordinates.