Supreme’s apparel range for Spring/Summer 2014 is marked by collaborations with partners both old and new. In the former category, there are collections with Champion and Liberty, while new joint ventures finds Supreme teaming up with Neville Brody and launching a capsule dedicated to the Pink Panther. As for the apparel collection at large, Supreme makes no overt mention of its 20th anniversary, but the brand does delve deep into is ’90s roots, featuring the revival of the Menace II Society motif, as well as individual pieces lifted straight from the Clinton era (the Hooded Flannel Shirt, Striped Work Shirt and stonewashed Skate Jeans, among others). Other highlights include a strong crewneck fleece program and a random nod to ’80s goth-pop band Siouxsie and the Banshees. Check out Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2014 apparel collection in the gallery below, and expect a portion of the goods to be available when Supreme re-opens its doors this Thursday.
February 20, 2014 (Thursday) – New York, Los Angeles, & London
February 22, 2014 (Saturday) – Japan
February 27, 2014 (Thursday) – Online