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Stuck At Home, Hypebaes? The DSMS E-Shop Drops To Check Out Now

Dover Street Market Singapore's physical store might be shut for a month, but you can still get your fix from their e-store. Here, the new launches to cop.
Jungles Jungles
Let’s face it – most of us are living in a combination of sweatshirts and T-shirts right now, so why not cop some that boast major street cred while you’re at it? Newly launched at Dover Street Market Singapore, Australian brand Jungles Jungles – founded by Melbourne-based designer Jack Ferguson – serves up plenty of tongue-in-cheek and counter-culture-inspired rags. From graphics that read “call someone who cares” to “break away from confinement and control” expect anything but your run-of-the-mill graphic tees. Cotton sweatshirt, $79
Cotton T-shirt, $69
Cotton T-shirt, $69
Cotton T-shirt, $69
Converse x Play Comme des Garcons
Comme des Garcons Play’s collaboration with Converse has been nothing short of ultra successful since its launch in 2017. Existing and past designs include: classic black and white, a quirky polka-dot rendition and a chic khaki colourway. The newest addition to the family is a series of candy-coloured kicks (unisex sizing starts from UK3), in an eye-catching selection of green, blue and pink. Warning: minimalists proceed with caution.     Cotton hi-top sneakers, $230
Cotton hi-top sneakers, $230
Cotton hi-top sneakers, $230
Cotton sneakers, $220
Cotton sneakers, $220
Cotton sneakers, $220
DSM Adidas Stan Smith
And for the minimalists: a sneaker that needs no introduction. Though the Adidas x Stan Smith collab is commonplace in most people’s shoe collections, this Dover Street Market exclusive – unisex sizing starts from UK3 – kicks things up a notch. A notable difference is its grained leather upper with an accompanying Dover Street Market logo. Collectable much? DSM Adidas Stan Smith
Asics x Kiko Kostadinov Gel-Kiril, prices unavailable unless stated
Yeah, dad sneakers are here to say – for what seems like forever.But honestly, we are not mad about it especially when Bulgarian designer and buzzy London fashion heavyweight Kiko Kostadinov is involved. The designer’s latest collaboration with Japanese footwear giant Asics is equal parts cool and functional and comes with a striking colourway to boot. The end result is a turquoise and yellow number that wouldn’t look out of place in Kostadinov’s colour-injected sports-inspired Spring/Summer 2020 collection from his namesake label. Though these come in mens’ sizes, we can see plenty of fashion girls snagging these up in no time (note that the sizing starts from a men’s US8).