Supreme Winter 2021 Tees

Featuring nine new graphic T-shirts.

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After unveiling its latest Dickies collaboration for Fall 2021, Supreme has now returned to announce its latest season tee series. Part of the New York imprint’s move into the Winter 2021 season, the upcoming release feature nine new graphic T-shirts.

Leading Supreme’s Winter 2021 Tees collection are two T-shirts emblazoned with prints of American artist Christopher Wool‘s celebrated paintings that incorporate issues surrounding post-conceptual ideas. The paintings featured are Untitled, 2001, silkscreen ink on linen, and Untitled, 1995, enamel on aluminum. Continuing the artful focus, there is also tee centered around a photo of Ecuadorian-American graffiti and mural artist Lady Pink sitting in front of one of her works of rebellion and self-expression for the empowerment of women on the train.

Other standouts include a tee marked with a logo reading “experientia docet,” “experience teaches” in Latin, and a tee centered around a Mannerism, Late Renaissance, painting. Finishing up the Winter 2021 Tees collection are two T-shirts centered around illustrations and a special Christmas release featuring a photocopied $10 USD bill and the phrase “DON’T SPEND IT ALL IN ONE PLACE.”

The Supreme Winter 2021 Tees will see a global release, available via the streetwear imprint’s website on December 23, 11 a.m. EDT in the United States and December 25, 11 a.m. JST in Japan.

For more contemporary fashion, GrowthRing & Supply’s “SAVE THE DRAGON” collection celebrates Hong Kong’s Kowloon peninsula.

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