Supreme Releases Lookbook for Spring/Summer 2018 Collection
The 90s are killing it in 2018!
As I previously mentioned, Supreme was rumored to have a skull pile design of some sort that became a staple in Hip-Hop culture by iconic rapper Juicy J of the Three Six Mafia when they released their music video for “Stay Fly.” Now the company has officially unveiled their lookbook for the upcoming Spring/Summer collection.
The capsule incorporates a 90s-esque vibe with pieces that include everything from colorful anorak windbreakers and puff jackets to vinyl panel jackets made popular by the goth scene to patched up denim jackets to studded Pelle Pelle inspired butter soft leathers recently brought back by ASAP Ferg . Supreme also includes collaborations with Lee Quinones featuring original artwork from legendary graffiti artist on a trucker jacket, denim shorts, carpenter pants and a hooded work top, and also a denim trench coat with the 80s slasher/fantasy film Hellraiser printed all over it. As for the green skull pile print, it will now be displayed on a satin lined bomber and work jacket.
The Spring/ Summer 2018 collection is available Thursday, February 15th, at NY, LA, London and Paris stores and will re-open the following week on Thursday, February 22nd for online purchase. You can check out some of the pieces below.
SOURCE: SUPREME NEW YORK