Shared via Vogue’s Instagram account, the model can be seen sporting a pair of pants featuring pixelated graphics and the phrase “Fuck Racism” along with a stripped suit jacket and a “Gaultier Supreme” belt. On the team up, Gaultier told Vogue, “I have been including elements of sportswear in my collections from the very beginning. It has been one of my codes and my obsessions, I even developed a line ‘Junior Gaultier’ at the end of the 1980s [with that focus]. With Supreme, this inspiration will find its way to a new generation.”
Lourdes Leon is the daughter of Madonna, whom Gaultier famously made the costumes for her 1990 Blond Ambition tour. The Jean Paul Gaultier x Supreme Collection will release at Supreme stores around the world and at supremenewyork.com on April 11.
Other high-end designers that have collaborated with Supreme include Thom Browne (2010), Rei Kawakubo (2012) and Kim Jones during his time at Louis Vuitton.
For more on the collab, check out our feature: “Jean Paul Gaultier x Supreme: A Perfect Union.”