Supreme teaming up for more fresh looks.
Supreme has teamed up with Italian streetwear brand Stone Island for a dope Fall 2017 line.
The limited edition drop is all about outerwear and keeping you warm with nylon puffy jackets, sweatpants, fleece masks, hoodies, t-shirts and six-panel caps.
The standout pieces are for sure the two lightweight Lamy nylon jackets that boast floral designs, feather interior, removable hood and a face mask. The coat is available in black and beige.
Other must-have pieces are the water-resistant anorak jackets (in black, blue and yellow) the sweatpants with a reflective graphics and the hoodies.
The collection drops at Supreme flagship stores in Europe and North America on October 5th and will also be dropping via Stone Island stores in Milan, Rome, Florence, Verona, Turin, Forte dei Marmi, Riccione, London, Paris, Cannes, Munich, Hamburg, Sylt, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Stockholm, New York, Los Angeles and Seoul, as well as online in Europe and the UK.
For U.S. and Canada, the clothes will be available online.
Supreme, known for its laidback skateboard aesthetic, has been killing it with collaborations for as far as we know. With some of the latest being with DJ Khaled, memory of Michael Jackson, Comme des Garcons, Nike, Rap-A-Lot Records and a ton more.
Tyler the Creator spoke on Supreme earlier this summer saying he felt as if he was "left out of stuff" when it comes to recognition for the new wave of culture, as he's been rocking Supreme for a while before it was considered cool.
“I rapped about what I really liked, and to me Supreme, and Peg Leg, and Billionaire Boys Club was the flyest shit to me," he said in an interview with Dazed. "I didn’t give a fuck about Gucci. I didn’t give a fuck about what everyone else was wearing. I didn’t want to wear no leather pants or Givenchy dog shirt, I thought my fucking Supreme hat and my fucking tie dye tee and my cut-off shirts and my fucking Vans were the fucking flyest shit and you couldn't tell me nothing.”
Check out more of the fashion collaboration below.