Japanese magazine, Warp, recently did a photoshoot showcasing the 2008 summer collection for Supreme. The line includes a number of tees, short-sleeved button downs, and various hats. The tees all use bright base colors with fairly simple graphics, and the button-downs are mostly plain with nice details. Overall, the collection feels very light as everyone gets ready for the summer.
Styling: Angelo Baque, Photos: Kenneth Cappello.
We’ve shown you the collaboration Blazer HI between DQM and Nike, now the official release date has been announced. The shoes use full grain leather and classic Safari print on premium suede, which undoubtedly makes for some unique design. The shoes are set to drop on Saturday, June 7th at DQM only. If you’re in New York, be sure to grab a pair before it runs out!
DQM, Dave’s Quality Meat, has just released some new skateboards. Each board has different letter on it, with D, Q, or M. It comes in light purple color with gravel-like graphics printed all over. Another fun and fresh design from DQM.
For those sick of New Eras and snapbacks, Supreme offers a refreshing summer inspired Sports Cap. These Hawaiian floral print caps come in two colors and have subtle Supreme NYC branding on the front of the cap. Expect to find these in Supreme stores now as they have already popped up on Japanese reseller site stay246. Earlier previews have also shown a cut&sew Supreme Pineapple shirt which would perfect match for the summer theme of these caps.
We gave you a preview of the Dunk Electric by Jun Matsui and Nike here, now let us show you some pictures from the launch event and take a closer look at the shoes itself. It seems that the left and right shoe uses different shoelaces, one gold and the other brown. Overall, the shoes give off a very natural vibe, being covered with brown leather and shown off on a tree trunk podium.
Vancouver-based streetwear boutique, Livestock, recently held a Meet n’ Greet over the weekend with help from Pharrell and his N.E.R.D crew. It seemed like a very exciting event with over 500 people waiting in line to meet the famous billionaire boy. Check out all the pictures after the jump.