Friday is here, folks—and that means a fresh batch of brand-new menswear is upon us. This week is stacked with top-of-the-line drops, from surf-inspired labels like Stüssy and Noon Goons to Noah's punk-tinted twist on American prep to contemporary workwear from Carhartt Work In Progress. Plus, there's even an always-covetable collection from the streetwear heavyweights at Palace Skateboards. Here are the five drops we'll be shopping this weekend.
$429.00, Noon Goons
Noon Goons has earned a reputation for mixing sharp menswear with beachy motifs, and the Los Angeles brand's latest collection is no exception. There are boldly printed pants, colorful cardigans, and bright rugby tops. Just loudly smart clothes that will add a jolt of California cool to any closet.
$168.00, Carhartt WIP
Carhartt WIP, the cool-dude offshoot of the classic workwear brand, is back with another collection of extremely wearable clothes. Expect to find plenty of workwear staples—chore coats, rugged pants, and the like—done up in a spring-friendly color palette.
Season after season, Brendon Babenzien's Noah has proven itself as one of the freshest and most consistent labels in American menswear. The brand walks the line between prep and skate with ease, and the new collection is chock-full of clothes that are sure to appeal to prepsters and skaters alike. Bold prints and wild patterns have never looked so good.
Stüssy continues to do what Stüssy does best. For nearly four decades, the brand has never veered from its west coast-inspired workwear and surfwear. There is plenty of good stuff here, but some standouts include this polar fleece jacket and these straight-legged "beach" pants.
You can always count on Palace Skateboards for a few things: bold logos, prominent colors, eccentric details, and a smidge of sartorial subversion. The British label's latest clothes deliver precisely that—and then some. Plus, a new Palace collection also comes with the added bonus of the best product descriptions in the biz.
Originally Appeared on GQ