Following on from the drop of its Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration, Supreme has unveiled a joint project with OAMC. The collaboration sees the New York-based label reunite with OAMC’s Luke Meier, who was previously design director at Supreme for an eight-year period.
The resulting collaboration sees two brands produce a vintage-style military coat liner, which is then overdyed with black. The back of the jacket features Supreme & OAMC co-branding, as well as OAMC’s “PEACEMAKER” text reworked into Supreme’s signature Futura font. According to Supreme, “the pieces are one-of-a-kind reworked garments with imperfections that give them unique character.”
Announcing the collaboration, Supreme also revealed that the jacket will release exclusively via the OAMC web store. All profits from the release will be donated to Immigration Families Together, a charity that aims to unite families that have been separated at the border.
The Overdyed Vintage Military Liner will exclusively be available on OAMC.com on Friday, September 6th at 10 AM Paris time, 4 AM EST.
As well as working with Supreme, OAMC recently recruited Dev Hynes for its adidas collaboration campaign.