Supreme 2015 Fall/Winter Editorial by 'THEM' Magazine

‘THEM’ magazine highlights Supreme’s latest with Jason Dill at the forefront.

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Having dropped its Fall/Winter 2015 collection earlier this week to a reception measured by the Lafayette Street line-up yesterday, here Supreme feeds the hype train with another look at the range. This is offered courtesy of a new editorial by THEM magazine, who has tapped the team’s own Jason Dill to rock select pieces from the collection. Here ‘Preme’s affinity for unique patterning comes to light, with paisley, barbed wire, and playful floral blocking used across a range of trousers and matching tops. Elsewhere, Supreme reflects on its ’90s roots with sportswear touches on T-shirt necklines and oversized chest branding. Shot by none other than Ari Marcopoulos, check out the editorial here and look for Supreme’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection to drop online beginning August 27.

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Photographer
Ari Marcopoulos
Stylist
Keita Izuka
Model
Jason Dill
Creative
Angelo Baque

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