Supreme is an institution in New York City at this point. It’d be difficult to walk down any busy street in the city and not see someone wearing Supreme or carrying one of the shopping bags. While the brand has definitely shifted it’s product mix over the years, the DNA of the label remains the same. As always expect a mix of street wear staples and more fashion-forwarded items. While I don’t enjoy just how much of their product is branded so heavily, Supreme remains one of the best at blending street culture with affordable garments. The collection will be available August 20 in New York , London and LA and August 22 in Japan and the 27th online.
Click through for my picks of the best garments from the collection.
Supreme Varsity Crew Jacket
Sturdy to the point and a nod to an old Supreme Team graphic make this burgundy Crew Varsity a winner.
Supreme Arc Logo Crewneck
Good colorways, classic Arc logo and heavy cotton grosgrain, nuff said.
Supreme Tonal Embroidered Hooded Sweatshirt
Supreme’s hoodies are one of their most popular product categories for good reason. Heavy weight with a huge hood and sturdy construction, this tonal edition will serve as a good hoody to throw on any number of occasions.
Supreme Stadium Ringer
Ringer tee that’s a little more interesting in solid colorways.
Supreme Shop Vest
Good vests are few and far between. This one is thermal lined and should be an affordable layering option come winter.
Supreme Twill Coaches Jacket
Coaches jackets are great. You can easily layer a hoodie or flannel underneath and it goes perfectly with jeans and sneakers. Twill makes this a little more interesting than the typical nylon format.
What did you get the Supreme fan who has everything? A fucking crowbar, get your Gordon Freeman on.
Supreme Uzi Gold Chain
Uzis are cool and gold is valuable. 14k gold.
Supreme Taped Seam Pullover
Very chill pullover in nylon/polyester. Stay dry in unobtrusive colorways (olive/navy is my favorite).
Supreme Twill Baseball Shirt
The contrast stitching is a nod to urbanwear from the 90’s. Baseball might be overrated but the jerseys are not. Shoutout to DMX.
Fishtails are great in the winter , and this one has a removable hood and liner. It’s basically a military surplus M-51 in a slimmer fit by Supreme. If you don’t care for having one with Justice for All on the back, rest assured you can scoop a Rothco one extra cheap on Amazon.