Supreme Spring/Summer 2018 Lookbook

The ’90s continue to kill it.

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Supreme returns for the 2018 year with a wide range of items this 2018 spring/summer season, showcased in the latest lookbook by the newly Carlyle Group-backed fashion label.

As rumored, the skull pile graphic is found prominently adorning a bomber jacket, while legendary graffiti artist Lee Quinones and his “The Lion’s Den” artwork is found on a trucker jacket and pair of matching shorts. More ’90s stylings — paneled leather jackets, military camos and workwear — can be had on in-line products. An official collaboration with late ’80s Hellraiser as an all-over pattern decorates a long jacket. Lastly, a heavily embroidered trucker jacket responds to the ongoing trend of DIY fashion, in stark contrast to a bright green suit that is both timeless and modern.

Look out for the collection to release on February 15 at Supreme’s NY, LA and European locations, while Japan should see a February 17 release. Supreme’s online store is expected to release the items on February 22. For more from the latest collection, make sure to also check out offerings in the following categories:

Jackets
Tops
Sweats
Tees
Hats
Accessories

For the full Spring/Summer 2018 collection, visit Supreme’s official website.

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