Welcome back to the weekly drop list!

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This week we venture into the latest fashion collaborations, fashion releases, the latest tech updates, and more. We’re all over it, to keep you in the loop.

A.P.C. and JW Anderson Come Together For a Limited Capsule Collection

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After taking over London and Paris fashion Week, Jonathan Anderson has not lost his momentum releasing a collaboration with A.P.C.

The collection takes inspiration from Joseph Bueys I Like America and America Likes Me performance artwork. As a result, the collab is the perfect fall capsule. It’s a wardrobe of wool coats, hand-painted knitwear, comfy, distressed denim, and casual graphic tees.

Fans of the Netflix original show Heartstopper will also be delighted with the collection with Kit Connor taking centre stage of the campaign.

Golden Goose Drops New Marathon Sneaker

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Fresh from its exclusive launch in Seoul, South Korea, Golden Goose has dropped their new marathon sneaker worldwide.

The new design strays away from the brand’s previous shoe silhouettes opting for more of a sporty 70’s runner style shoe.

Coming in classic colour-ways of white, black, red, royal blue and silver, the shoe features a sleek design made with a mix of nylon, napa leather, and nubuck, creating a polished symphony of textures. The soul of the shoe features a thick base and a netting fabric securing the back of the shoe together. Of course the shoe is not complete without the brand’s classic star logo shooting across the side.

The campaign was fronted by brand ambassador and Kpop idol SUNMI and Chinese Idol, William Chan. The release also included a dedicated collection of retro sport-chic designs such as cargo pants and windbreakers.

Spotify Could Be Releasing a New Subscription Tier?

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Discoveries made within Spotify’s app codes by Chris Messina have reported that Spotify could be announcing a new subscription tier called ‘Superpremium.’

Prices starting at $19.99 USD. The rumour mill says that the new tier includes 24-bit lossless audio and AI playlist generation tools. Also advanced playlist mixing tools that assist in BMP, vibe, mood, activity and genre, and listening statistics highlights.

Spotify have yet to confirm these reports telling Techcrunch:

“At Spotify, we are constantly iterating and ideating to improve our product offering and offer value to users. But we don’t comment on speculation around possible new features and do not have anything new to share at this time.”

Off-White x Mattel’s Monster High: Scarily Stunning

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Getting into the spooky vibe of October, Off-White has joined up with Mattel’s Monster High dolls for the 10 year anniversary.

The collection titled “Memorabilia” features four of the original Monster High Dolls dressed head to toe in Virgil Abloh’s designs.

The dolls are rocking body-con dresses, transparent heels, and even recreating the dark bridal look worn by model Bella Hadid.

The outfits are edgy and wild, houndstooth patterns decorating a full length dress and bags finished off with the Monster High signature skull logo.

In a statement, senior vice president head of doll design at Mattel, Kim Culmone says “the genesis of this collaboration was a meeting of minds in late 2020/early 2021, where the dynamic fusion of Virgil Abloh’s creative vision and Monster High’s distinctive character sparked a groundbreaking partnership.

“As Mattel Creations’ most fashion-forward work in 24 years, this collaboration signifies the celebration of creativity, non-conformity and the boundless possibilities that arise when fashion, art and toy culture converge.”

Bad Bunny Releases New Album This Friday Titled: Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana

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Coming this Friday, the Puerto Rican rapper and singer is set to release his fifth solo studio album Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana.

Translating to “Nobody Knows What Will Happen Tomorrow, fans are awaiting new songs after posting a teaser video to his Instagram page.

The teaser shows the artist walking past a group of paparazzi before entering a restaurant. A crowd of people point and stare upon his arrival. As he continues walking, the camera shows us a waiter; just as the camera pans over to reveal Bad Bunny in his new buzzcut hairstyle.

He also posted pre-order links to his Instagram story to further promote the album.

“I am playing around and enjoying myself, letting go. I’m being inspired a lot by the music of the ’70s”—across genres, in both Spanish and English—“but I’m not sure if this is going to shape my music, generally or just one song,” he tells Vanity Fair.