The BAE Bulletin: Here's When and Where to Cop This Week's Hottest Releases
Don’t miss out on Stella McCartney x adidas Originals Stan Smith.
In this week’s BAE Bulletin, everyone’s favorite footwear brands are dropping fall-ready silhouettes. A particular standout includes KITH and Tommy Hilfiger‘s vintage-inspired Skew design. Another pick worth mentioning is the vegetarian-friendly Stella McCartney x adidas Originals Stan Smith.
On the clothing side of things, we see Supreme and Mike Kelley’s apparel collaboration. The pieces feature the American artist’s eccentric creations emblazoned on outerwear and T-shirts. Also arriving this week is the entire range of Nike React Element 87 sneakers by UNDERCOVER. The colorful creations will indefinitely sell out quickly, so be sure to mark your calendars.
Keep reading to find out which highly coveted items are dropping this week.
Release Date: September 6
Release Price: TBD. The collection will be available online and in physical Supreme stores in New York, LA, London and Paris on September 6. Japan will see a release on September 8.
For its upcoming collection, Supreme highlights artist Mike Kelley who was instrumental in Detroit’s proto-punk music scene. The range features an array of bold separates featuring enlarged portraits.
Release Date: September 8
Release Price: TBD, in-store at KITH storefronts
For this revamped design, KITH revives the chunky “Skew” Tommy Hilfiger model originally released back in the ’90s. The latest sneaker features a basketball-inspired silhouette and a mixed-material upper topped off by Tommy Hilfiger’s signature colors.
Release Date: September 10
Release Price: $325 USD, available online at Stella McCartney’s web store
Arriving on Stella McCartney’s birthday, the environmentally-friendly trainer comes with a sleek white upper paired with perforated stars. The design also includes tonal accents, a black panel with joint branding and the faces of McCartney and Stan Smith emblazoned onto each tongue.
Release Date: September 13
Release Price: $140 USD – $180 USD, available online at Nike SNKRS
Nike gears up to release three head turning trainers. The first in the lineup is the Air Max Plus. This iteration comes with a Royal Stewart red tartan on the upper, and features exo-skeleton detailing in black. Up next is the Air Max 97 in the same pattern with hints of yellow. The third pair is the Air Max 1 which arrives with yellow plaid on the midfoot and black suede throughout the rest of the design.
Release Date: September 13
Release Price: TBD, available online at Nike SNKRS and at select storefronts
Jun Takahashi‘s versions of Nike’s React Element 87 are filled with moving detailing. In total, there are four very different designs. Each one features a vibrant color palette: there’s a pair with emerald green and beige sand; the next in electric blue and university red; the third in neon yellow, teal and burgundy, and the last pair arrives in red, blue and black.
The restock of Kanye West‘s beloved YEEZY BOOST 700 was originally postponed, but now the re-release is actually happening. The ultra-chunky heel is on-trend right now and is accentuated by a new age grey, teal and black upper. The sole also features orange accents.
Release Date: September 15
Release Price: $120 USD, available at select adidas stockists like pam pam
If you’re searching for a sneaker that’s a conversation starter, you’ve met your match. adidas’ Yung-1 in “Cloud White” is a smooth design ideal for transitioning into fall. The mostly white model is constructed of mesh and nubuck suede.