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It’s fuccboi Christmas today because Supreme just unveiled its spring/summer 2017 collection. This may be the iconic streetwear brand’s first reveal of the new year, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t been busy. Supreme collaborated on dozens of items with Louis Vuitton last month, and yesterday teased this new collection with a video featuring its own MTA cards.
As always, Supreme has dropped its massive preview in our lap, showcasing every item that the brand will release (a few pieces at a time every Thursday) over the next few months. The collection features the typical logo-reliant items, pieces inspired by sportswear and workwear, collaborations with brands, artists, and musicians, and the way out-there items it would take a true Supreme junkie to get behind.
But there are also plenty of things with a wider-reaching appeal, from studded denim jackets to a sweatsuit printed with Obama’s smiling face. Here, the ten items that you can love whether you consider the pavement of New York City’s Lafayette Street a second home or you’ve never even heard of Supreme before. The first drop takes place in stores on February 18th and online on February 23rd.
A pretty two-tone sweater that’ll be great on a chilly spring night, or a morning waiting in the line outside a Supreme store.
A great camp-collar shirt that doesn’t need a Supreme logo to be covetable.
While teens get hyped over hoodies with Supreme’s box logo on it, dads everywhere have already hopped in their Priuses to get in line for these corduroy shorts.
A knit polo with a classy cursive “S” on the breast. It’s Supreme you can wear to the country club.
Level-up your denim jacket with this studded one.
For Obama hypebeasts, which is a different sort of animal from a Supreme hypebeast.
These are just sweaters in nice faded colors. The mint green, off-white, and smoldering charcoal are particularly easy on the eyes.
Leather jackets are essential pieces, and for these Supreme teamed up with Schott, the brand that invented the biker jacket all the way back in 1928.
Jeans in a nice light wash for spring that just so happen to have a Supreme logo on the waist.
Oxford shirts in colors you won’t find at the mall. Lilac, peach, plum, and kelly green are just different enough to separate Supreme’s Oxford Cloth Button-Downs from everyone else’s.
Bonus I-Can’t-Help-Myself Item(s)
This Supreme faux fur jacket is really something. A true show-stopper. There’s also a reflective pink jacket, a totally NSFW puzzle, a Cheetah-print jacket, a denim jacket with an allover Cowboy artwork, and this pen I inexplicably want — nay, need. Happy copping, and best of luck.