Everything Dropping at HBX Archives This Week

Everything Dropping at HBX Archives This Week

04/23/2021

Last week’s HBX Archives drop was outerwear-heavy, with the likes of Virgil Abloh‘s Off-White™, BAPE, WTAPS, and more giving you everything you need for the colder days. However, as we step into summer, week 28 delivers bright and bold staples from some of the fashion industry’s giants, alongside archival rarities and a strong bevy of footwear choices to carry you solidly through the next season.

Launched in 2016, HBX Archives has become one of the internet’s go-to destinations for sourcing unique and hard-to-find pieces. From brands like Palace and Supreme to sacai and Balenciaga, HBX Archives sources sought-after releases from years gone by to sell via its online webstore.

So, for week 28, standouts include the Sterling Ruby x Raf Simons “Fathers” sweater in orange, complete with an extravagantly nailed hand and a shark mouth adorning the piece, as well as a black sweater from Drake‘s OVO featuring the brand’s signature golden embroidered owl.

Elsewhere, there are vintage rarities from Prada such as the corduroy patchwork sweater which combines brown cord patches with woolen segments and a Luna Rossa tag on the hem, and another Prada standout in the form of the leather-paneled sweater. Gucci‘s brown boot-cut corduroy trousers will pair perfectly with the aforementioned Prada piece, or they can add a retro flair to the shirting options from Balenciaga.

As for footwear, HBX Archives offers coveted high-tops including the Medicom Toy x Dr Martens collaboration and a pair of mastermind JAPAN x Timberland boots, as well as sneakers from Saint Laurent and McQueen.

Every week HYPEBEAST will continue to preview its releases from HBX Archives to give you the best chance of getting your hands on a rare and sought-after piece. Take a look at everything that’s dropping on HBX Archives for week 28 above, and shop the collection (and much more) on HBX Archive’s webstore now.

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