Supreme Reveals Summer 2020 T-Shirts

Including references to Takashi Miike’s 2001 film ‘Ichi The Killer.’

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After launching a Leigh Bowery collaboration and its seasonal sunglasses collection last week, Supreme has now given an official look at its Summer 2020 selection of tees.

The collection features a range of different interpretations of Supreme’s logo, including a return of the brand’s classic “Motion” logo. Elsewhere, the collection includes slogans such as “Never Mind the F*cking Bullshit – Politics as Usual” and graphics featuring a dog, a frog, and a colorful circular logo. All of the different styles come in a selection of color options.

Additionally, two of the T-shirts feature original artwork taken from Takashi Miike‘s 2001 film Ichi The Killer.

The Supreme Summer 2020 T-shirts are set to release via its web store and all open physical locations on July 2, this will be followed by a Japanese release on July 4.

In related news, here’s everything dropping at Palace this week.

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