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Best Style Releases: Martine Rose x Nike, NOCTA Tech Fleece & More

Jul 13, 2023

From Martine Rose x Nike to Tech Fleece pieces from Drake's NOCTA, here is a closer look at all of this week's best style releases.

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You don't need to play on the U.S. women's national soccer team to get some of the best clothing releasing this week. The pregame suits and accessories designed by Martine Rose that have been seen on stars like Megan Rapinoe are available to the public.

If that's not quite your style, there are also great new drops from Clarks and Aleali May's MAYDE, NOCTA Tech Fleece sets in various colors, nostalgic releases from Melody Ehsani and Carrots, and more.

Take a closer look at all of this week's best style releases below.

Release Date: July 27Where to Buy It: Nike SNKRS and other select retailersPrice: £184.95-£729.95

Seen on various members of the U.S. women's national soccer team ahead of matches during the 2023 Women's World Cup, Martine Rose's latest work with Nike will also be available to the public. Along with colorful new pairs of her Shox MR4 mules, Rose has also designed visor-style shades with translucent yellow lenses, tailored suiting with a jacquard "M" woven throughout the fabric, a trench coat with sleeves on the shoulders made to be wrapped like a scarf, and dress shirts with soccer jersey-inspired branding.

Release Date: July 28Where to Buy It: and Clarks storesPrice: TBD

Aleali May's MAYDE is the latest brand to collaborate with Clarks Originals. The result is multiple colorways of the Wallabee Boot inspired by the West Coast. Each replaces the usual suede used on the upper with corduroy. Pacific Blue, Terracotta, Sand, Sunshine, and Coral options will all be up for grabs.

Release Date: July 27Where to Buy It: nocta.comPrice: $110-$145

Drake's NOCTA line is dropping its own collection of Tech Fleece pieces. Crewnecks, hoodies, and sweatpants will all be available in black, sky blue, and pine green colorways. Each features minimal Nike and NOCTA branding.

Release Date: July 29Where to Buy It: thenewbluecollarnyc.comPrice: TBD

The New Blue Collar's latest collaboration aims to raise awareness to the multicultural history of the American Cowboy. The white T-shirt is a collaborative effort with the Cowboys of Color Rodeo. It features an image of Cowboys of Color Rodeo founder Cleo L. Hearn on the front with a galloping horse graphic position above the phrase "God Sent Me Here to Be a Cowboy" on the back. The drop aligns with the 34th Texas Black Invitational Rodeo at Fair Park Coliseum in Dallas, Texas this weekend.

Release Date: July 30Where to Buy It: melodyehsani.comPrice: $12-$110

Melody Ehsani has partnered up with Disney to create a vintage-inspired capsule collection. The all-over print gear is a nod to bed sheets from the '80s. Pieces include a leisure set, baseball shirt, jacket, shorts, and more. Iconic characters like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Daisy Duck, Donald Duck, and more are all represented.

Release Date: July 27Where to Buy It: and shop.theweeknd.comPrice: $240

The Weeknd's XO label has once again collaborated with Suicoke. This time, the result is a black MOTO-Cab with white piping and white KAW-Cab with quilted embroidery across its upper. XO logos appear on the straps alongside the phrase "Where Dreams Come True."

Release Date: July 27Where to Buy It:, PacSun SoHo NY store, and select PacSun stores in LAPrice: TBD

Los Angeles-based streetwear brand Future Saint is launching in PacSun this week. The collaborative capsule with Rakeem Miles' Action Figure Miles features two co-branded graphic T-shirts, baby blue work jacket, hoodie, and a pair of lightwash jeans covered in floral patches.

Release Date: July 27Where to Buy It: lafamamsterdam.comPrice:

Dutch brand La Fam is releasing new product with London afroswing collective NSG later this week. Inspired by traditional school uniforms (the founders of both brands went to the same high school), pieces include short sleeve button-ups, colorful sweater vests that mix the colors of the Ghana and Nigeria flags, and a tie. A leather work jacket is another standout piece from the drop.

Release Date: July 29Where to Buy It: HUF San FranciscoPrice: TBD

Bay Area rapper Larry June's Midnight Organic is HUF's latest collaborator. The capsule includes co-branded New Era fitteds, "Good Job HUF" rugs, and T-shirts and hoodies covered in citrus fruit imagery.

Release Date: Available nowWhere to Buy It: retrospekt.comPrice: $179

Carrots has partnered with Milwaukee's Retrospekt, a company dedicated to creating new experiences through refurbished retro tech products, to release a limited run of Polaroid 600 cameras. The camera dons Carrots' signature orange and green color scheme. Each camera is built with original, refurbished Polaroid components.

Release Date: Available nowWhere to Buy It:,, and select Vans retail partnersPrice: $105-$100

JJJJound latest minimal collab consists of three pairs of Vans inspired by French court footwear. The Authentic VLT LX, Sk8-Mid VLT LX, and Classic Slip-On VLT LX have each been given white canvas uppers and beige details. The campaign spotlights various hospitality workers in JJJJound's homebase of Montreal.

Release Date: Available nowWhere to Buy It:,, and StockX’s Drop-Off in LondonPrice: $142-$345

London-based streetwear brand Represent is releasing an exclusive capsule collection on StockX. The drop is centered around a 300-pair run of a new colorway of Represent's Bully sneaker. Hoodies and T-shirts bearing a graphic of the sneaker will also be available.

Release Date: July 26Where to Buy It: greats.comPrice: $189-$220

Greats is debuting the Royale 2.0 this week. Upgrades to the lifestyle sneaker include an improved fit out of the box with no break-in period needed, full grain leather uppers and liners, updated gold foil detailing, and increased padding in the collar and heel. Low and high versions are both being sold in multiple colorways.

Release Date: Available nowWhere to Buy It: xset.comPrice: $20-$85

Kris London and CashNasty have joined the gaming organization XSET. To celebrate, they have each released their own merch capsules. London's is titled "Range" and includes items like a basketball jersey and "Got Range?" graphic T-shirt that flips the iconic "Got Milk?" logo. CashNasty's "Essentials" offering is highlighted by a pair of green swim trunks and white tank top with minimal branding.

Release Date: Available nowWhere to Buy It: collections.harley-davidson.comPrice: $25-$175

In celebration of his latest album Austin, Post Malone has collaborated with Harley-Davidson on a special "Chrome Malone" collection of apparel. Metallic silver Harley branding appears on a variety of T-shirts, hoodies, a trucker cap, and accessories like bandanas. A black denim vest and pants adorned with studded horse graphics are the two standout items.


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