Who. What. Where? No. 60

Welcome to HUNGER’s Who. What. Where? Your one stop shop for all the latest and greatest upcoming events and releases. Whether you’re looking for your next injection of culture or just something to freshen up your wardrobe, you’ll only find the best of it here.

Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God recently unveiled its first-ever runway collection at the Hollywood Bowl, presenting Collection 8, which embodies “American luxury” with a nod to Americana and social justice themes. Naturally, the brand went all out for the show thanks to a Pusha T performance and a really good look at the Fear of God Athletics x adidas. Collection 8, now available online and in stores, features textured fabrics, architectural designs and luxury items like double-wool overcoats, leather gloves and jacquard blazers, all reflecting Lorenzo’s unique American journey and design ethos. “The offering extends the house’s inimitable design language through explorations of textured, dimensional fabrics in architectural yet generous and comfortable proportions,” reads the collection notes.

Next up, Palace Skateboards is launching the second drop of its Spring 2024 collection, including its latest collaboration with Crocs, releasing a pair of black and white Classic Clogs. The collection boasts a mix of prints and patterns, highlighted by the pink pixelated P-Tec Fleece Jacket, D-Quilt Bomber with “PALACE LONDON” embroidery, colour-blocked crewnecks, striped rugby tops, V-neck jerseys and accessories adorned with Tri-Ferg logos. So, if you fancy hitting an ollie in some Crocs (why wouldn’t you?), you can shop the full collection online on February 9th.

Japanese streetwear label NEIGHBORHOOD is set to launch its Spring Summer 2024 collection, introducing a mix of modernised archival pieces, the latest from the SAVAGE series, items with Mexican Border fabric and a new monochromatic BLACK & WHITE range. As you could probably tell, the new line features minimal staples in a black, white and occasional off-white colour scheme, all marked with a sew-on label in multiple languages. The collection also includes outdoor-inspired garments with wood camouflage prints. The first drop will be available starting February 10th through NEIGHBORHOOD’s website and physical stores.

Finally, closing out a streetwear-heavy week, if you’re on the hunt for some archive BAPE, be sure to head down to DIJONSS, Old Truman Brewery, this weekend. The iconic Japanese streetwear label will be hosting a sample sale in the venue, known for being one of London’s creative hotspots featuring over 3000 archive pieces and unseen samples available at up to 40% of RRP. The sale will take place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (February 9th – 11th) and will feature styles from the brand’s BAPE, BABY MILO, APEE, BAPY, and Mastermind umbrellas. View the flyer below for more information.