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All The Drops To Look Out For At Dover Street Market Singapore In April 2019

A cult name comes to town, more to love from Comme des Garcons' logo-embracing CDG line, and Ambush's Nike sneaker finally arrives.
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Nike x Ambush Air Max 180 in black
For her sneaker tie-up with Nike, Ambush’s co-founder Yoon Ahn gives us a hybrid of the Air Zoom Flight and Air Max 180 models. Well, almost, as the former inspired a high-cut upper (with a zip-front opening) — anchored by the latter’s air cushioning unit and midsole. Available in colourways light bone and black. Available online and in store from 26 April, 11:00am.  Nike x Ambush Air Max 180 in black
Nike x Ambush Air Max 180 in black
Nike x Ambush Air Max 180 in black
Nike x Ambush Air Max 180 in light bone
Nike x Ambush Air Max 180 in light bone
Nike x Ambush Air Max 180 in light bone
Nike x Ambush Air Max 180 in light bone
CDG Restock
This fuss-free logo-led line that Comme des Garcons launched last year — think bomber jackets, tees, and accessories bearing ‘CDG’ — is getting a restock this month. Asides from doing a Supreme with a 3-piece Hanes white tee pack, the drop includes wardrobe staples such as long and short sleeve tees. Now available in store.  CDG Restock
CDG Restock
CDG Restock
CDG Restock
CDG Restock
Nike x Atmos Air Max2 Light
Continuing its collaborative relationship with Atmos, Nike and the Japanese sneaker retailer’s latest release is the ’94 model given the patchwork makeover and overlaid with plastic. While the sporting giant has been recently reviving the Air Max2 Light with multiple colourway releases in the last couple of months, this one takes the cake so far for its unapologetic design. Now available in store and online.  Nike x Atmos Air Max2 Light QS
Nike x Atmos Air Max2 Light QS
Nike x Atmos Air Max2 Light QS
Converse One Star Academy
It really has been a good year or two for Converse‘s One Star (born of the ’70s), what with Tyler the Creator and Brain Dead collabs, just to name a few, giving the brand some oomph in the crowded sneaker space. Tacked onto those collectibles are also re-editions like the Dark Star release and now the One Star Academy, the latter sporting two preppy stripes that bookend its star motif. Available in store and online.  Converse One Star Academy
Converse One Star Academy
Christopher Nemeth
Known to most, contemporarily, as the mysterious late designer that Kim Jones paid tribute to with a capsule at Louis Vuitton in 2015, Christopher Nemeth is in fact much more than the intertwining rope motif the collection placed at its forefront. While that motif is a calling card for the brand, it was his unique perspective on the silhouette of garments — a prominent signature being those curved trousers, hems cropped and pinched forward at the knees — that made the designer both a cult icon in London and Tokyo (the latter, where he lived and worked after shaking up London fashion in the early ’80s). Asides from their standalone store in Tokyo run by his wife and daughters, a modest selection of Nemeth’s pieces could be purchased on the brand’s e-store (and at a handful of other brick-and-mortars and secondhand shops), but now it has finally hit the racks at Dover Street Market Singapore. Now available in store.    Christopher Nemeth
Christopher Nemeth