Autstralian retail staple Supply has just released its latest skate-influenced collection, debuting a selection of Japanese cut and sew pieces for the first time in its history. The brand’s logos get printed on sportswear pieces throughout the new Fall/Winter 2019 assortment, marking seasonal items like paneled jackets, hoodies and various graphic T-shirts.
Other highlights include the classic rugby shirts and flannel button-downs offered in a range of plaids and stripes. Meanwhile, pleated pants and cargo shorts offer standard bottom options. Shades of heather grey, olive green, black and white are intermixed with bolder tones like orange, gold and purple, providing a fully-expressive color palette.
The Supply FW19 collection ranges from $60 AUD for the tees up to $360 AUD for the jackets, and is available now from the label’s webstore.
For more in fashion, check out Vans’ new capsule that pays homage to BMX.
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