Sweatshirts form a key part of Supreme’s Spring Summer 2021 collection. Keeping it cool and cozy, there is something for everyone with different tastes. Color blocked basics or bold graphics with original artwork, you name it they have it.
Updating the collection each season, everyone’s eyes are often glued to the highlight of the season, the box logo design. For their upcoming collection, the brand has gone back into their archive section and recalled their 2011 collaboration with artist KAWS to bring out a chalk out-lined edition of the classic.
A piece also features the “S” logo comprised of Swarovski crystals in a plethora of colorways with the rainbow piece being a standout.
The collection also features contributions from a various artists such as Mark Gonzalez on the “Stars” hoodie and Gonz Logo crewneck, Sex Pistols artist Jamie Reid on the “Fuck All” hoodie and Sean Cliver’s “Vampire Boy” motif making their way on across several pieces of the collection.
The Supreme Spring Summer season is set to launch online and instore from the 18th of February, 20th February for Japan.
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