Following the release of the New York Yankees x Supreme Fall 2022 collection, the titular streetwear brand is back with yet another collaboration for this season’s release. Exclusive to Supreme, the brand has teamed up with the English experimental post-punk band Public Image Ltd (PiL), fronted by Sex Pistols‘ John Lydon.
This drop pays homage to the innovative ’70s band, known for its unique sound, fusing rock, dance, folk pop and dub. Supreme continues the legacy of the band with the release of a PiL-inspired collection that features a range of graphic t-shirts, button-downs, jerseys and overcoats. The graphic t-shirts arrive in the classic, black, grey, red and white, paying homage to its Live in Tokyo album with a graphic of the cover prominently displayed on the front. Another set of t-shirts see the brand’s logo highlighted. The same PiL branding is seen on the trench overcoats in brown and black and the v-neck jersey in light blue. The collection also features a selection of co-branded snapback hats, detailed with the PiL and Supreme moniker in a variety of colors.
The Supreme x PiL Fall 2022 collaboration will see a global release, via the streetwear imprint November 17, 11 a.m. EDT in the United States and November 19, 11 a.m. JST in Japan.
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