Supreme Fall 2021 Tees

Featuring a reference to Nas and DMX’s scene from ‘Belly’ and artwork by STASH.

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Following its unexpected team-up with True ReligionSupreme is taking a break from its major collaboration series for the season to deliver its Fall 2021 Tees. The latest range of striking graphic T-shirts features standout references and bold motifs.

Accompanying this week’s Fall 2021 Week 7 Drop, the range features eight new T-shirt styles for the season. Leading the concise selection is a reference to Nas and DMX‘s iconic scene from 1998 American crime drama film written and directed by music video director Hype Williams. Along with the Support Unit Tee which prominently features original artwork by celebrated graffiti artist and graphic designer based in Brooklyn, STASH.

Accompanying bold graphic styles include a tee marked with evocative text, a macabre skull artwork tee and a tee marked with a haphazard anarchist take on Charlie Brown holding a guitar. Rounding up the special range are tees emblazoned with a Supreme branded single-seater formula racing car, reversed “SUPREME” logo and design centered around “最高” (highest/maximum) Chinese script.

Supreme’s Fall 2021 Tees will see a global release, available via the streetwear imprint’s website on October 7, 11 a.m. EDT in the United States and October 9, 11 a.m. JST in Japan.

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