Supreme has revealed its collection of Spring/Summer 2020 T-shirts to start the new decade, offering apparel that ranges from the reflection of history’s biggest cultural icons to token pieces for your rotation.
SS20 is led by a photo T-shirt of the one and only Tupac Shakur, featured as a hologram with his head down, sporting a digitally imaged white Supreme box logo boxers as seen in an earlier teaser video. A gold cross chain hangs from the late rapper’s neck to create a subtle yet strong contrast for the tonal black tee, reflecting an iconic accessory Pac was often seen swaggering. The collection also highlights fashion industry legend Naomi Campbell, with the red T-shirt utilizing a classic monochromatic photo of the model taken by Pamela Hanson, and elevated with illustrations by Mark Gonzales.
Digging into its archives, Supreme pulls imagery from its 2001 calendar shot by Jamil GS, offering the collectible’s sensual cover and cherry-focused May photograph against white and gray T-shirts respectively. The brand continues its expedition of the past with a colorful graffiti logo, a tie dye short-sleeve and a neon green long-sleeve presenting words as newspaper and magazine cutouts. The arts are also explored on the tan “Supreme Masterpieces” and navy blue comedy and tragedy T-shirts, while animation takes center stage on the black panther piece. A minimalistic Supreme logo T-shirt rounds up the collection, arriving in a stark hue of red and contrasted by the white brand print and the phone number of Supreme’s “authorized dealer” in New York City.
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: