Supreme has unveiled its Spring 2021 T-shirt collection for the Spring/Summer season. The famous streetwear/ skateboarding brand honors Anna Nicole Smith and Miles Davis for two of the tees, respectively while also including some staple designs that the brand is known for.
The Supreme Spring 2021 collection will release globally via the brand’s website on April 15 in the United States and in Japan on April 17.
After much anticipation, Nike and legendary skate brand Supreme release their collaborative Dunk Low today (March 4, 2021). The sought-after sneaker also plans to release in Japan on March 6 as well.
Colorways include “Black,” “Mean Green,” “Hyper Blue,” and “Barkroot Brown” with all silhouettes featuring the golden star overlays on the side panel. Head over to Supremenewyork.com for purchasing info.
Following news of Supreme being acquired by VF Corporation, the streetwear/ skate brand has unveiled its latest collaboration with Timberland.
This collaboration will focus primarily on the legendary and iconic 6-Inch Premium Waterproof Boot. This New York classic boot will come in three colorways exclusively for Supreme. Under the watchful eye of Timberland, the revamped 6-Inch Premium Waterproof Boot will come in a premium nubuck upper that is marked by the two logos of Timberland and Supreme, respectively. A hangtag is also featured on the boot that will hold both company’s branding along with 400 grams of PrimaLoft insulation and leather lining.
The Supreme x Timberland FW20 collaboration releases globally on Supreme’s website on November 12 in the United States and November 14 in Japan.
Apparel and footwear giant, VF Corporation, is all set to acquire legendary and iconic streetwear/skate brand Supreme for a reported $2.1 billion. Vf Corporation already houses popular brands such as Dickies, The North Face, Vans, and Timberland.
As reported by Business of Fashion, this monumental deal is expected to close before the end of VF Corp’s fiscal year. Supreme’s current investors, The Carlyle Group and Goode Partners, will sell their stakes in the brand.
Supreme’s popularity rose even higher once The Carlyle Group jumped on board in 2017. Supreme founder James Jebbia stated that the investment would provide the “operational expertise needed to keep us on the steady path we’ve been on since 1994.” The Carlyle Group’s involvement was a first in terms of a private equity firm investing in a streetwear brand.
Supreme’s new video has been garnering a lot of attention and rightfully so as they’ve gotten Katt Williams to star in it. Williams is seen in a Tekashi 6ix9ine rainbow hair unit, two-piece suit and a Supreme box logo t-shirt. The spot is close to seven minutes long and lets the legendary comedian shine in his natural element as he talks about current events.
Williams touches on the president’s inability to run the country, Black Lives Matter and the COVID-19 pandemic. Things get more intense when discussing the George Floyd murder at the hands of Minneapolis police and the civil unrest it has caused. Check out the video above.
If you’re looking to purchase Supreme items at a discounted rate, now is your chance as the New York-based skate brand is holding a sale online. This is definitely far from the normal procedures from the label, in fact, the last time we saw a sale of this magnitude was back in 2014.
In this sale you will find a selection of shirts, underwear, socks, jackets, bags and more. Items mentioned are even 50% off while supplies last. Supreme has been in the headlines as of late with the subject being the closing of some of its stores so this latest move could be closely related to the circumstances.
Supreme gives us a sneak peak at its automotive tool cabinet in collaboration with tool distributor Mac Tools.
The Mac Tools Workstation model T5025 serves as the inspiration for this tool cabinet. The T5025 is a double-bay workstation with large sliding drawers along with smaller drawers to hold various tools. 6” caster wheels make for easier maneuverability and the integrated power strip provides more convenient power tools accessibility. Rounding out the details is the huge Supreme logo plastered across the front with the whole cabinet repainted in Supreme’s iconic red.
Supreme and Takashi Murakami recently joined forces in the name of charity on a special Box Logo T-shirt that provided funds to HELP USA. HELP USA is a charity that provides vulnerable youths and families with shelter, food, and essential services. These shirts generated a staggering $1,052,040 USD and sold out immediately.
Supreme is definitely no stranger to charity as the streetwear/skate brand has collaborated with creative director Luke Meier’s OAMC for an immigration initiative as well as partnerships with Louis Vuitton to benefit the BBC’s Children in Need.
There are still ways to help even if you missed out on the Supreme T-shirts by visiting HELP USA’s website.
Not new to collaborating with different brands for the greater good, Supreme will now be joining forces for a capsule collection with none other than Automobili Lamborghini. This capsule draws inspiration from Lamborghini’s legendary stable of autos like the Diablo, Murciélago, and Aventador.
Pieces in the collection include jackets, tees, coveralls, hockey jerseys, long sleeve tees, skateboards and beanies. Color tones for the collection are just as vibrant as the cars themselves with neon green, blaze orange and black. The Supreme branding and iconic bull emblem is prevalent on all pieces which makes each article pop just as Lambo founder Ferruccio Lamborghini intended when he introduced the emblem on his automobiles in 1963.
The Automobili Lamborghini x Supreme capsule collection will release on the Supreme webstore April 2 at 11 a.m. EST. Due to COVID-19 still running wild, Supreme will be waving shipping fees on orders over $150 USD.