Supreme Spring/Summer 2023 Full Collection

Featuring an air hockey table, USM Credenza, bracelets by Jacob & Co., Tamagotchi, and more.

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Accompanying the delivery of its Spring/Summer 2023 lookbook, Supreme has also unveiled a full look at its latest seasonal collection. The full collection reveal serves as a first look at the sure-to-be sought-after SS23 offerings set to arrive in the coming weeks.

As usual, Supreme’s SS23 collection features Outerwear, Sweatshirts, Tops, Tees, Bottoms, Hats, Bags and Accessories. Standouts in the range include pieces featuring graphics from British designer Sue Clowes, Leather GORE-TEX 700-Fill Puffer, a Sequin Jacket in collaboration with Mitchell & Ness, and a sweater marked with an image of Kurt Cobain from Nirvana‘s iconic MTV Unplugged in New York performance.

Other notable collaborations include offerings from Cactus Plant Flea Market, sportswear takes with Umbro, belt, wallet, and keychain series with Hollywood Trading Company, and bags with artwork by Mark Gonzales. While boldly branded accessories this season are led by an air hockey table, USM Credenza, bracelets by Jacob & Co., Staub Cocotte, and Tamagotchi.

Supreme’s SS23 collection will see its regular weekly releases, starting with its first drop arriving on February 16, and in Japan on February 18. Take a full look at the seasonal range below.


Despite transitioning into the warmer weather ahead, Supreme has readied a selection of outerwear for SS23. Included in the mix is a Leather GORE-TEX 700-Fill Puffer, Sequin Jacket with Mitchell & Ness, and Patchwork Leather Vest expressing a variety of offerings. Classic jacket styles reign heavy with some coming from frequent collaborators Schott NYC and Vanson. Graphic flourishes come in the form of a Harrington Jacket with prints from Sue Clowes and a varsity jacket handled by CPFM. Aside from the technical outfitting, Umbro supplies a touch of sportswear with three jacket releases.


Once again, Supreme’s SS23 collection includes a selection of sweatshirts that play off of previous releases and introduces new designs. Leading the range is a simple smudged Box Logo hoodie, expected to arrive in a variety of color options, accompanied by a variety of logo plays, including the fan favorite Motion Blur. The Hoodie marked a print of Divine, the drag queen of John Waters film fame, and collage takes serve as artful expressions. While other notables include a collaborative style with CPFM.


Coming through with a heavy section of tops, Supreme developed its take on some classic styles and delivered a handful of sporting takes. Leading the selection of sweaters is a knit sweater showing Kurt Cobain, a beaded sweater vest, a shaggy cardigan, and a plethora of graphic showings. Shirting provides both the conventional and unique with a reference to past Supreme campaigns, some marked with artwork from Ronin, Sue Clowes graphics, patterns, and varied material constructions.

The sport-themed releases serve as plays on the uniforming of football, baseball, soccer, and more. Rounding up the selection are button-ups, quarter zip-up shirts, traditional T-shirts, and polos.


Set to be accompanied by Spring and Summer T-shirt releases, the SS23 tees section features motifs and graphics that range from playful to evocative. Leading the assortment is a Kurt Cobain T-shirt and a tonal Box Logo Tee. Other offerings include “SUPREME” graphic plays, collages, evocative print displays, and collages.


Dominated by bottoms that match outerwear, sweatshirt, and top offerings, pants found in the SS23 collection serve to complete looks. Delivering full set outfits are the Mitchell & Ness Satin Short, Sue Clowes graphic pant, Patchwork 5-Pocket Pant, and Umbro pants and shorts. Other bottoms options include sweatpants, technical constructions, rugged workwear pants, and cargo styles.


As per usual, Supreme has also put together a wide assortment of hats for SS23 with collaborative releases and New Era team-ups. Styles include camp caps, 5-panels, 6-panels, trucker hats, crushers, and beanies in a variety of material constructions.