Supreme has returned with an extensive look at its upcoming lineup of Spring/Summer 2020 pants and bottoms. From velour cargos, double-knee worker trousers and GORE-TEX ski pants, to more bespoke silhouettes like pleated slacks, bandana-print chinos, skinny denim pants and shorts, the assemblage sees a dynamic spread of garments suited for any wardrobe. Fabrics like lightly washed denim, thin wool, cotton twill, nylon and fleece were the primary materials used this season.
One noteworthy piece is a pair of denim pants etched with gold koi fish prints over dark indigo dye. The print comes with a rich image of crashing waterfalls done in a traditional Japanese style, with Supreme’s box logo seamlessly worked in.
Another highlight is a pair of sweatpants emblazoned with artwork by Keegan Dakkar in colorways of black, violet, yellow, olive and white. Each pair boasts a row of abstract motifs that appear vertically on each leg, forming a long chain-like pattern that stretches from the top of the waist to the hemline.
Other garments like the weatherized ski pants and retro-inspired color-blocked trousers, as well as jersey shorts, fleece shorts and American dollar bill-patterned shorts round up the expansive assemblage.
Check out the lookbook above and look for the collection to release on February 20 at Supreme’s NY, LA and European locations, while Japan should see a February 22 release. Supreme’s online store is expected to release the items on February 27. For more from the latest collection, make sure to also check out offerings in the following categories: