Everything Dropping at HBX Archives This Week

Including pieces from Junya Watanabe and Supreme.

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Junya Watanabe heads up this week’s HBX Archives drop as rare garments from the Japanese designer’s collaborations alongside The North Face and Levi’s feature, as well as pieces from his own labels.

Launched in 2016, HBX Archives has become a centralized destination for sourcing unique one-off finds. From brands like Palace and Off-White™ to BAPE and Stone Island, HBX Archives sources sought-after garments from years gone by to sell via its online webstore.

Dropping on November 12, this week HBX Archives has two Junya Watanabe collaborations on offer — as well as a patchwork shirt from his mainline — alongside two striking shirts from COMME des GARÇONS HOMME and eYe, both of whom are directed by Watanabe. Arriving alongside the aforementioned is five super-rare Supreme pieces, including two zip-up jackets, one check overshirt and a striking aqua track jacket.

Every Thursday Medinatheatre will continue to preview upcoming releases from HBX Archives to give you the best chance of getting your hands on a rare piece. This week’s collection is set to launch on November 20 and will be available via the HBX Archives webstore.

In other news, KITH’s Winter 2020 Collection banks on mature tailoring and staple menswear.

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