Supreme is easily one of the biggest staples in Streetwear; from it’s iconic Box Logos and graphic tees to it’s at times outlandish accessories such as last seasons Coleman Mini Bike it is near impossible to deny the brands influence. With that in mind we show you some of the best pieces from the brands Fall Winter 17 collection.
Nas Photo Tee
“Nasty Nas in your area” – Images of Nas in Supreme have been floating around the internet for a number of years now but we finally get to see the Queens Bridge MC emblazoned on a ‘Preme shirt. There are few rappers that represent New York (where Supreme was founded) better than Nas; one of his seminal tracks is called N.Y State Of Mind, which is why it should be no surprise to see him immortalised by the brand.
F**k Jacquard Puffy Jacket
Supreme is no stranger to printing profanities on their clothing but they have chosen to take a more subtle approach with their Jacquard Puffer. Peach has always been a fire colourway for the bold, but the New York brand has taken it up a level by subtly adding their F**K Logo as an all over print to the puffer. This piece is easily going to be a collectors dream for years to come.
Supreme X Fender Stratocaster
We may have already highlighted Supreme’s association with hip-hop but it’s equally in love with rock music, as well as it’s love for bizarre products. Step up the ‘Preme Stratocaster complete with a branded jacquard strap, and red box logo between the pick ups to let everyone know how much you love streetwear. It seems this piece was made with John Mayer exclusively in mind.
Arabic Logo Hoody
Arguably one of the brands most underrated logos, the Supreme Arabic logo hasn’t made an appearance since Spring Summer 2012. This iteration will be printed on Supreme’s thicker F/W hoodies and will for sure be hard to come by.
Supreme x Hanes Real Tree Boxers.
The Supreme X Hanes boxers are one of the biggest staples in any hypebeasts collection, even celebrities love to rock a pair from time to time. The brands have decided to add a real tree pattern into the mix in order to create streetwears most iconic boxers to date.
Obviously there is so many other items we could have picked but we wanted to highlight a mix of the more extravagant pieces alongside those which may fly under the radar to many. In the usual fashion parts of the collection drop in store on the 17th of August. A week later (24th August) the same pieces will drop online of the EU Website.
Words – Martin Viashima @MartinViashima