The hype never stops. There’s always something new coming around the corner to complete and complement the new season’s collection. Well, in the case of Malaysia, one season since most of our local labels only release one drop a year and we pretty much only have hot season, haze season, and rainy season. We’ve compiled a list of the best drops of 2017 so far, so get ready to part ways with your cash, and step up your fashion game.

Adidas NMD ‘Sashiko Pack’

Entailing the use of Sashiko embroidery from Japan, the brand with 3 stripes has employed the R1 and Citysock silhouette to be the designs of choice for the brand’s latest pattern. It’s not uncommon to see parallels being drawn with the Yeezy’s pattern, but that just means more variety for everyone else to choose from.

Against Lab ‘What Is Paradise?’ Collection

A contemporary fashion label that doubles as a collection of creatives, this local streetwear brand’s latest collection revolves around the endless pursuit of man to find Paradise and satisfaction. All of the collection’s apparel features floral graphics complemented by moody colours to visualize the Garden Of Eden.

Lansi 2017 Collection

The Swagger Salon’s home brand has been on a roll, and Lansi’s 2017 collection is no different. Featuring simple designs, yet dictated by vulgar captions, the brand’s appeal widens to international waters, but is unabashedly local.

Pestle And Mortar ‘Forefront’ Collection

Marked by a little strip of peach in each garment, the Forefront collection is PnM’s response to a crowd that’s on the same wavelength with where the fashion industry is heading. The collection prioritises timelessness, and is made such that form doesn’t compromise function.

Palace Fall/Winter Collection

The London-based skate brand brings back a touch of 90s with their latest collection, with vintage and retro inspired looks distilled into their sweaters, polos, and western shirts. Good luck getting any of these.

Nike VaporMax ‘Speckle Sole’

Having been in research for 7 years, the new VaporMax combines an ultralight flyknit upper and a more flexible Air Max midsole that provides maximum comfort and rebound with each step. The coming colourway is reminiscent of an ocean-urban combination that is arguably one of the best colourways to embrace the shoe next to the Explorer version. The unique appeal of the midsole is bound to set anyone apart from every other Yeezys and Ultraboosts out there, and makes it a must cop.

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