Always an anticipated drop, maybe the most hyped brand in the world has just dropped their SS18 lookbook – and the hype may just be justified.
As rumoured, the Juicy J-inspired skull graphic is found prominently on a bomber jacket, while legendary graffiti artist Lee Quinones and his “The Lion’s Den” artwork found on a trucker jacket and a pair of matching shorts.
Staying true to their ’90s stylings, look out for paneled leather jackets, military camos and workwear. An official collaboration with late ’80s Hellraiser as an all-over pattern decorates a long jacket and finally, a heavily embroidered trucker jacket responds to the ongoing trend of DIY fashion. Supreme cover all grounds with this latest drop, adding a huge amount of detail to a number of these releases which is interesting for a brand so associated with simplicity – well, with the Bogos, that is.
Look out for the collection to release on February 15 at Supreme’s NY, LA and European locations, while Japan should see a February 17 release. Supreme’s online store is expected to release the items on February 22 where thousands worldwide will compete to buy these garments before they sell out.