Long awaited, we are now able to see what Supreme will be dropping for it’s Spring/Summer collection. Having a quick scroll through everything, a lot of it seems fairly solid, however some stuff is just this. I will be going through the top 10 things that I particularly like, in no particular order.
The infamous IBCA print resurfaces, originating from 2007, in which they used the print on a zip up hoodie and in 2016 a cap. To me, this design is so awesome. The message itself, the font, I just massively dig it. Need a white one to hang in my room, but i’ll settle for black if I can’t grab a white.
A very solid, minimal, subtle tee, as well as the back print defining what Supreme is about.
I personally couldn’t rock these, although maybe I could. But there corduroy so already I like them, but the use of graphics, is just so awesome. Good thing they went black and white, because these would have been way too loud otherwise.
They had to use the F word evidently, but I really dig how they use people to make letters. Definitely break necks at the beach with these puppies.
Short Sleeve > Long Sleeve, don’t even care if it’s -10 degrees, short sleeve shirts look so much better than long sleeve shirts. This reminds me of the first CDG collaboration, minus all the branding. A really nice shirt for summer that would look banging with shorts (inside joke).
Not a huge fan of anoraks, but this again has a great two-tone colour scheme, alongside small branding which I can appreciate. A good bit of gear for layering, so thumbs up all round.
Another really great tee that will be a worth a lot for years to come. Graphic isn’t too big, alongside it being semi-holographic, which is a nice touch.
I know I keep saying that this collection reminds me of older pieces, this shirt reminds me of the Ari Marcopoulos hoodie and Vans SK8-Hi that came out years back. Over all graphics looks really clean, so I can get jiggy with this.
Gonz. Need I say more? I will. The Gonz font is A1, in addition the stripes just make this tee, so darn good. A piece I will defiantly try to pick up.
I don’t actually own a zip up, only pullovers. However, I do quite like this forest green colour, alongside the infamous “World Famous” graphic. A really simple, clean piece, just that £100+ retail price. Hmmmmm.
So there you have it, my thoughts on the collection. If you have seen it yet, give it a glance.