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Lookbook: Supreme spring/summer 2018

A 90s tribute

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Supreme has unveiled their spring/summer 2018 collection with an accompanying lookbook that offers an eerie resemblance to a 90s throwback. This marks the brand’s first collection of the year, and they did not disappoint.

The assortment features daring colors and a few collaborations within the lineup, including an official partnership with the ’80s Hellraiser. The collab offers an all patterned long jacket, a modern denim trench coat with matching denim shorts, a few trucker jackets, versatile carpenter pants, and hooded tops featuring artwork from the iconic graffiti artist Lee Quinones.

At a first glance, the range presents a few standout pieces that stole the show, including a bold leather jacket with the Supreme logo encrusted in large studs across the back, a hunter green work suit with crisp and clean lines, and an overly branded faux fur bomber jacket.

Additionally, the label offers an overly branded faux fur bomber jacket, a leather bomber covered in bright green skulls that makes the jacket appear as if it is almost glowing, and an abundant amount of ultra-shiny quilted vinyl jackets.

With this collection, Supreme gave its cult followers a classic combination between what was loved from the 90’s and what Supreme brings to the table.

The collection was released on February 15th at all Supreme flagship stores including New York, LA, and European locations. Japan will be seeing the lineup in stores as of February 17th and Supreme’s online store is due to have the new designs available for purchase on February 22nd.

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