Supreme Spring/Summer 2024 Full Collection

The return of Kermit the Frog, reveal of new Nike collaborations and even a fully custom Ducati motorcycle, plus plenty of familiar styles.

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Following teasers of an upcoming collaboration with MM6 Maison Margiela and a potential Metal Gear Solid capsule, Supreme has revealed a full look at its Spring/Summer 2024 collection.

The expansive offering touches on all of Supreme’s core categories — jackets, sweatshirts, tops, tees, bottoms, hats, bags and accessories — with particular emphasis on transitional outerwear thanks to the inclusion of several jackets, ranging from leather-sleeved varsity jackets with full chenille chest detailing to fishtail parkas and even a GORE-TEX shell that sees the return of Kermit the Frog for the first time since his legendary inclusion in the brand’s Spring/Summer 2008 collection. Rumors of a Futura collaboration have been confirmed, with multiple pieces featuring the artist’s handstyle present, while other standouts include a Diego Maradona soccer jersey, an MLB hat collaboration, further pieces spotlighting Muppets besides Kermit, collaborations with Nike on the Air Max Dn and Air Darwin and even a fully custom bike co-created with Ducati.

Supreme’s SS24 collection will see its regular weekly releases, starting with its first drop arriving on February 15, and in Japan on February 17. Take a complete look at the seasonal range below.


Supreme gears up for the transition from the cooler weather to warmer temperatures, with a selection of outerwear pieces for SS24. Included in the mix are classic jackets from Supreme’s long-time and frequent collaborators like Schott NYC and GORE-TX. From leather chore jackets to windbreakers, to collared-bomber jackets, fleece pull-overs and trench coats, the seasonal collection offers a broad range of selections. Oversized leather and denim jackets with a vintage-inspired wash are main highlights alongside Supreme-emblazoned varsity jackets, puffer jackets and branded hooded bombers and track jackets.


Supreme adds its vintage ’90s flairs to the shirts collection, keeping silhouettes classic. Plaid button-ups as well as striped ones riddle the collection alongside various washes of denim including one that is a chore-like zip-up shirts. Prints take over the shirts portion, featuring snake prints, mosaic graphics as well as an all-over Supreme branded shirt. Vibrant oranges and pink colors are prominent in the form of plaid pattern or a solid hue shirt.


Coziness informs the selections of sweaters available this Spring. Staying true to a youthful aesthetic, the season puts forward a selection of vibrant colored sweaters, including the staple red and yellow. Continuing to be playful with their stand-out sweaters, the collection sees a bright teal knit sweater featuring contrasting stars around the collar as well as one featuring bunny graphics. Reaching back to the ’90s, Supreme offers an argyle knit zip-up vest along with one that features a bright paisley pattern. Other staples like the classic branded Supreme sweaters arrive in black and grey while a speckled cardigan makes an appearance for variation in knitwear.


The Supreme t-shirt collection continues to be expensive, arriving in an array of selections including a box tee that features the unmistakable font from Futura. Tees arrive in a selection of bold colors like in red, blue, neon yellow and of course, classic black. One of the t-shirts gives a nod to the famous footballer Diego Maradona. An image of him from 1986 on the field with a “No Drugs” t-shirt makes its way to a Supreme tee as a primary graphic. Going back to its skateboarding roots, another t-shirt features a black and white image of youngsters skating in the streets.


Tops continue to take an athletic stance, from baseball jerseys to basketball and football ones. Continuing to give Argentine football legend Diego Maradona a spotlight, the athlete is highlighted in what seems like a spray-painted graphic onto a soccer jersey. Both soccer and American football jerseys are represented with key Supreme badges all around. Supreme continues to showcase its take on classic styles, giving conventional and unique references to sports across the world. Other tops include one that highlights the work of MDH Keane, an artist known for her big-eyed paintings. Staple tops carrying both understated and exaggerated renditions of the Supreme motif continue to adorn the tops.


Sweaters and hoodies remain some of Supreme’s most popular items. From subtle branding to more outlandish iterations, the collection has pieces for the subtle and die-hard fan. The collection of sweaters arrive in a wide range of colors, from bold reds and varsity yellow to subtle navy and black. Graphics adorn the sweaters, including those that appear to take stylings from graffiti and collage artists. Sports themes remain prevalent as oversized hoodies evoke an athletic aesthetic like the varsity-inspired brown Chargers sweater.


Supreme has a pair of bottoms for every occasion, with some even matching the aforementioned selection of outerwear. GORE-TEX and Umbro collaborations highlighted the outerwear collection, as they do for Supreme Fall 2023 pants. With an athletic and comfort focus, sweatpants are available alongside hybrid puffer pants. Weather-ready GORE-TEX pants are for the adventurous wearer looking for a pair of versatile to outdoorsy trousers. Multi-pocketed cargos, denim jeans and sports track pants with Supreme branding are also thrown into the mix of bottoms for the season.


Supreme has a pair of shorts for every occasion too. Continuing to keep on with the sporty vibe, Supreme shorts are fit for all sports, taking inspiration from basketball, soccer and swim short aesthetics. The styling of the basketball shorts come in mesh and also feature a striped pattern, similar to that of the ’90s jersey uniform. All the shorts come in an assortment of branded graphics and in various vibrant colors.