For its 2018 spring/summer offerings, New York-based skate brand Supreme has conjured up several bright motifs and prints that are suitable for the warmer conditions. Zip shirts, hockey jerseys, and baseball tops all make an appearance in a wide array of options, while the brand also tapped the estate of Richard Estes for a print on a top, as well as a button-down shirt. Finally, in case of summer night breezes, the label opted to offer a mohair cardigan in an argyle pattern.
New York’s Supreme returns with a vast array of headwear options for the upcoming 2018 spring/summer season where fans will be pleased to find a number of pieces appropriate during the warmer months. The range sees the classic camp caps along with crusher options in different prints and motifs. Interesting pieces include the tie dye crusher and glossy 5-panels, as well as the side zip crushers. We are also presented with a GORE-TEX version of the classic box logo 5-panel to wrap things up.
After a short break where Supreme‘s online and physical stores closed in preparation of the new season, we now have images of what’s to come in the jackets department for the label’s upcoming 2018 spring/summer season. We are presented with several bold pieces from leather and denim jackets, to faux fur coats and suiting options. Highlights from the range include the Juicy J skull jacket, Hellraiser trench and the yellow/green/blue puffer.
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