In this week’s episode of The Dropcast, hosts Jeff Carvalho, Noah Thomas, and Jian DeLeon are joined by Grailed brand director Lawrence Schlossman. He promotes Grailed’s Heatwave giveaway, which this week revolves around a bunch of BAPE-branded home goods. This week Grailed is also selling some sought-after BAPE collabs too. Listeners call in and talk about their favorite BAPE collabs of the past, some of which are very questionable.
Lawrence also weighs in on what Jordan Brand is getting wrong, and explains the story of “Jonah Hill Day,” an annual day party in Brooklyn that actually got the actor to stop by this year. Other drops discussed include Lanvin’s latest sneaker collection (spoiler alert: it gets roasted), the latest bootleg Supreme shop to open in China, and a very, very nerdy discussion about early-’90s anime culture and how it ties into Uniqlo’s final collaboration with manga publication Shonen Jump.
A Meeting of the Minds: When Eames Met BAPE
Take a Look Inside This Fake Supreme Store in China
Here’s How to Cop the FW18 Colorways of Lanvin’s Diving Trainer
The Nike Air Max Deluxe Was Inspired by European Rave Culture
Rumors Suggest PSG Could Play in Jordan Brand Kits Next Year
The Rumored 2018 Air Jordan XI “Concord” Could Come in an OG Box
Watch the Trailer for Jonah Hill’s Directorial Debut ‘Mid90s’
Uniqlo UT Returns With a Final Shonen Jump Collab
Also, make sure to check out our previous podcast episode on streetwear’s emergence in sports.