This week’s 8 coolest new releases, from Nixon watches to Wrangler bags

It’s about to be the fucking weekend, y’all – and we know you’d rather be dry drunk, but at least you’re alive, since this weekend it’s about to rain glitter and shots of Jell-O on your runway. Yes, it’s PRIDE WEEKEND in New York, and even if you’re not the type to party in the heat until dawn, we have a very colorful and colorful group of product launches and collaborations waves that will make your upcoming summer activities even more festive.

Last week we brought you some of the hottest items on the planet, including Balenciaga’s understated and unisex Pride ’22 collection, a limited edition David Bowie Monopoly together, and a pleasure-inducing vibrating ring from Zalo, which is the brand’s first toy designed for penis owners (it’s also fun for couple play). This week, we’re bringing you a host of new must-have pieces to get you reassessing your June spending budget — looking at you, Urban Outfitters x True Religion. Prepare to covet the chunky-pocketed jeans our teenagers saved our entire allowance for, and don’t even get us started on Fiorucci’s new capsule collection that pays homage to the brand’s New York flagship store on 59th Street in Manhattan. , the ultimate mecca for New York club kids, before the opening ceremony, it was even an idea.

So make sure you’ve prepared your mind, body and soul for a weekend of music, fashion and everything, boots-slay-the-house-down get the party started, because here are the hottest drops of the week.

Wrangler x Will Leather Goods

Get the fuck out, cowboy. If you’re looking for a travel bag you wish you could stop, the Wrangler x Will Leather 75th Anniversary Cargo Pocket Traveler Bag is your new soul mate, your partner. The classic western canvas and leather bag is designed to get better with age. The two large front pockets are ideal for storing toiletries and the interior is lined with a plaid blanket for added pizzazz. Plus, it comes with a removable laptop sleeve and a handy trolley sleeve for easily stacking suitcases on long trips.

$495 at Cowboy

Urban Outfitters x True Religion

In the words of 2000s Messiah Fergie, there’s nothing better to accentuate those bumps, yes, those pretty lady bumps, than OG designer denim brand True Religion. But don’t worry, if you don’t remember the brand from its first moments in the spotlight, it’s never too late to jump on a burgeoning trend. Urban Outfitters has teamed up with True Religion for an exclusive 10-piece collection that will ignite your nostalgia for naughty things, including these men’s contrast stitch cargo pants and these women’s low rise bootcut jeans.

$179 at Urban outfitters

$109 at Urban outfitters

Rugged x Monica Ahanonu

What do you get when you combine talented artist and illustrator Monica Ahanonu with Ruggable, the GOAT of affordable, washable rugs? Answer: An incredibly cheerful and bright collaboration that breathes new life into drab rooms and outdoor spaces. The collection includes eight styles (for indoors and outdoors), with impactful designs inspired by details found in nature, such as the curves of fruits and vegetables. Ahanonu created this collection “thinking about how color in a space can affect people’s energy throughout the day, [and] believes that color and light can greatly affect a person’s mood.

$259 at Robust

$269 at Robust

Warm & Wonderful x J. Stark

For any identifying black sheep, this tote is for you. You don’t fit in, and they or they wouldn’t understand. It’s not just a phase, Dad, it’s a way of life! Whatever community you call “fam,” whether it’s furries, your experimental drama club, or your straight edge crew, join us all in the subtle nod that is “being a foreign”. Show your pride with a new heavyweight cotton duck canvas tote from accessories brand J. Stark featuring Warm & Wonderful’s iconic “Black Sheep” design, which was popularized after Princess Di wore it worn as a sweater to express displeasure with the internal politics of the British Royal Family.

$160 at Rowing Blazers

Tombolo launches shorts

Get ready to show off those legs in a captivating game of “hot dogs or legs?” – short-short edition! One of our favorite vacation wear brands, Tombolo, just launched a line of tailored shorts, which is a new category for the brand (it previously offered soft terry cabana shorts as part of its sets assorted). Tombolo was inspired by “the ones Jimmy Buffet wore in the 70s on his sailboat”, which makes them ideal for eating a “Cheeseburger in Paradise”, after having lost completely in “Margaritaville”. The Stowaway Shorts are made from 97% cotton and 3% spandex for just the right amount of structure and stretch, and have a perfect 5.5 inch inseam that hits that perfect spot on the thigh. They are also available in four summer colors: Salt, Pepper, Navy and Khaki.

$118 at raffle

Fiorucci launches the 59 Street collection

Iconic Italian fashion house Fiorucci, famous for bringing European fashion to the United States, has just released a limited-edition collection inspired by the brand’s flagship store on Manhattan’s 59th Street in the 1970s. The glamorous purveyor of Brightly colored disco duds was dubbed “Studio 54 by day” and attracted everyone from Andy Warhol to Madonna. The new collection pays homage to Fiorucci’s powerful prints and baby angel logo tees, with the addition of modern loungewear and accessories, like this psychedelic bucket hat.

$70 at Fiorucci

$200 at Fiorucci

Parade Launches Gender Neutral Basics

Known for their versatile cotton and knit basics, underwear brand Parade have just launched a new collection of 10 classic styles that have been in development for almost a year. The expanded range of gender-neutral styles have been updated and co-designed by members of the Parade community with the goal of creating styles that “continue to break the one-dimensional body narrative,” according to the brand. The line is made from sustainable fabric ethically sourced from trees and recycled cotton.

$28 at Parade

$16 at Parade

Nixon x Independent Truck Company

“Yo, that was the tightest back 180 I’ve seen since Tony Hawk, man,” people will (probably) say when they see your new Nixon x Independent watch. Independent has been the #1 choice of professional skateboarders since 1978, providing skateboard trucks that let skateboarders shred whether they’re just a little grom or know Jay Adams personally. The four limited-edition watches are some of Nixon’s most popular styles, reimagined with subtle details and nods to the OG skate brand.

$550 at Nixon

$150 at Nixon

Get out your fishnet bodysuit, paint your rainbow body and get ready to dance your feet this weekend, peeps!

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