Streetwear lords Supreme have unveiled the lookbook for their spring/summer 2014 collection. It’s a big occasion for the New York label – this collection marks 20 years since head honcho James Jebbia opened the label’s inaugural flagship store in downtown Manhattan, meaning there was even more hype in the build up for their latest drop. However, Supreme have gone all-out for their anniversary and have delivered the goods.
With each Supreme line comes a wide range of amalgamated aesthetics, and this one takes that mantra to a whole new level. The collection’s wide range of references include old school sportswear (those Champion collab jerseys are a highlight), hip hop, punk, military, the 90s era (see: furry leopard print) and Americana, just to name a few. This mix-up of zeitgeist trends take form in print-heavy jackets, bombers, hoodies, shirts and tees, ensuring that there’s more than a bit here for every Supreme stan.
Start sussing out your favourite pieces because the spring/summer collection drops February 20 in US stores and hits Supreme’s online store on February 27.