Soon after releasing the Metropolitan Transportation Authority subway train collaboration, Supreme dropped its full Fall/Winter 2021 lookbook.
The entire capsule has been showcased in a minimalistic lookbook with Sage Elsesser and Mathias Sauvageon on the center stage. This latest seasonal range is yet again dominated by a blend of patterns, patchwork and prints. One can find references from the usual artful inspirations, sporting takes and a strong focus on music, followed by designs that draw from rugged workwear, the brand’s native New York.
The highlight styles for Supreme’s FW21 comprise of a series of apparel in collaboration with the New York Yankees complete with a 700-Fill GORE-TEX jacket. The Soccer Jerseys are vessels of art featuring artwork by Tadanori Yokoo and STASH handstyle marked Varsity Jacket, Ripstop Nylon Jacket and Pants. Other art-centric styles involve Sweatshirts, Sweatpants, Knit Top, 5-Panel Hat and Ceramic Trays featuring artwork by Lady Pink, and Christopher Wool artwork marked Work Jacket, Pants and Shirts.
The New York imprint’s latest digs the musical valleys with features like a Photo Tee with Rick Rubin, GORE-TEX Shell jacket celebrating Nas and DMX, and a jacquard graphic of John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme featured on a Denim Jacket and Jeans. Supreme even assembled a Skittles team-up with a Letterman Jacket, Sequin Jacket and Baseball Jersey in partnership with Mitchell & Ness. A Schott Perfecto Jacket featuring artwork from James O’Barr’s iconic The Crow comic book completes the capsule.
The Supreme’s FW21 collection will have regular weekly releases, with its initial drop on August 19, and in Japan on August 21.
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