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Supreme Gets Nostalgic For Obama In Spring/Summer 2017 Lookbook

Posted by , Feb 13, 2017 at 12:28pm
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Barack Obama gets immortalized in the Supreme archives.

We’re less than halfway into the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency, and the nostalgia for former president Barack Obama is already strong. Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2017 collection joins Chance The Rapper and Joe Fresh Goods’ collaboration in paying respects to the former president by putting his name and likeness on some clothing.

Aside from the Obama jacket and pants, the rest of the collection is more in line with Supreme’s usual apolitical looks. The New York-based brand was clearly feeling all over print patters with this collection, as there’s everything from camo to all over photo prints. There are solid colored pieces as well if you like to roll more incognito.

While Supreme usually shies away from politics, these Obama fits aren’t their first foray into the political world. They couldn’t resist earlier this year, endorsing Hillary Clinton in an Instagram post just days before the election. Clearly, Supreme stans are not a strong voting bloc.

We've included some of the stronger looks from the collection but head over to Supreme for the full lookbook. Everything drops February 16 in stores and February 23 online.

Supreme Gets Nostalgic For Obama In Spring/Summer 2017 Lookbook

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Feb 13, 2017 at 12:28pm
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Barack Obama gets immortalized in the Supreme archives.

We’re less than halfway into the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency, and the nostalgia for former president Barack Obama is already strong. Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2017 collection joins Chance The Rapper and Joe Fresh Goods’ collaboration in paying respects to the former president by putting his name and likeness on some clothing.

Aside from the Obama jacket and pants, the rest of the collection is more in line with Supreme’s usual apolitical looks. The New York-based brand was clearly feeling all over print patters with this collection, as there’s everything from camo to all over photo prints. There are solid colored pieces as well if you like to roll more incognito.

While Supreme usually shies away from politics, these Obama fits aren’t their first foray into the political world. They couldn’t resist earlier this year, endorsing Hillary Clinton in an Instagram post just days before the election. Clearly, Supreme stans are not a strong voting bloc.

We've included some of the stronger looks from the collection but head over to Supreme for the full lookbook. Everything drops February 16 in stores and February 23 online.

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