Supreme is set to release its next crop of T-shirt designs for the summer heat to inevitably arrive.
All cotton and made in the U.S., the latest assortment includes designs both playful and detailed; a print of Hindu deity Ganesha is more of a vibrant offering, while a photo tee of the Mona Lisa smashed is more of a statement piece. The gem logo and octopus tees give a multicolor look, while the storefront tee highlights minute details synonymous with Supreme print quality. Lastly, a new repeating version of Gonz’s logo is also available. In total, seven T-shirts are releasing in various colors.
Additionally, a portion of the summer tee sales will benefit organizations working to protect children and aid families affected by the immigration policies set in place by the Trump Administration. Donations will be made via Act Blue and will benefit organizations like the ACLU and Kids in Need of Defense.
The Supreme Summer 2018 tees drop online and in-store at the NY, Brooklyn, LA, London, and Paris locations on June 28. Supreme Japan outlets will see a June 30 release date. Recapping previous drops, the brand also collaborated with Vans for new renditions of the Sk8-Mid and Lampin.