Supreme Spring/Summer 2018 Sweats

Logo mania persists.

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After showcasing its latest offerings via a lookbook, we now have a full glimpse at Supreme‘s 2018 spring/summer sweats selection. Fans will be pleased to find a number of bold graphics and prints such as the skull pile graphic on a hooded sweater and the Martin Luther King piece, as well as a provocative “illegal business controls America” hoody. Moreover, the consistent Champion collaboration items return in both a classic large print and collegiate-inspired sweater. For those who prefer a more subtle approach, items like the box logo fleece zip-up should be available in a number of colorways.

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:

Lookbook
Jackets
Tops
Tees
Hats
Accessories

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

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