The iconic brand is back with another outing.
Supreme just debuted its Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook, and it comes chock-full with clothing reminiscent of the ever-ubiquitous 90s-mania that has had a stronghold over contemporary culture for sometime. The collection offers a veritable selection of pieces that are rendered in bold colours, graphics, prints, and shapes.
There is a skull pile graphic that is emblazoned on bombers, while the brand incorporates legendary graffiti artist Lee Quinones and his "The Lion's Den" artwork all over a trucker jacket and a pair of matching shorts. The 90s also manifested itself in the appearance of panelled leather jackets, military camouflage prints and workwear. Aside from the nod to Lee Quinones, the outing marks an official collaboration between the brand and the late 80s film Hellraiser, decorating a long-jacket with an allover print containing iconography from the cult classic.
The clothing is set to go on sale February 15 at the brand's NY, LA and European stores, with a digital release on the 22nd.
Peep some images from the collection, and head over to their website to view the offering in its entirety.