The dynamic range offers various motifs from an array of visual media, including works by Keegan Dakkar and graffiti and mixed-media figure Rammellzee. Dakkar continues to share his bold, supernatural illustrations against an olive green background while the late Rammellzee’s Gothic Futurism concept lands on hooded sweatshirts. Iconic photographs also adorn the collection, featuring Pamela Hanson’s monochromatic photo of Naomi Campbell with illustration by Mark Gonzales, and the green, gold and white cover of Supreme’s 2001 calendar shot by Jamil GS.
Branded options arrive in all shapes and sizes as Supreme surprises fans with its assortment, even poking fun at the endless imitations with a red “WE WANTED TO BE KNOWN AS SUPREME” hooded sweatshirt. While the minimalistic choices are presented as token pieces, the brand also shares a high-vis orange athletics-inspired hooded sweater, all-over branded apparel and colorblocked offerings for variety.
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: