Previously dominant military influences are relegated to a grace note, while plaid flannels are banished altogether. The cut and sewn apparel range from Supreme‘s Spring/Summer 2013 collection is further evidence of the brand’s ongoing evolution, even as it continues to set the tone in the streetwear firmament while still enjoying its elder statesman status. Print work is a strong theme throughout, taking the form of all-over JFK and matador graphics on woven shirts, while abstract art-deco themes evoke the 1990s. The decade is repped through a time-worn silhouettes as well, including short-sleeve polo sweaters and stone-washed jeans in a light blue 14oz selvedge denim. Other standouts include a distinctive floral print across a pullover hoodie and matching shorts, plus a series of basketball-themed pieces spanning warm-ups and tanks. Check out the entire apparel range in the gallery below, and look for many of the pieces to be available when Supreme re-opens its doors this Thursday.
February 21st, 2013 (Thursday) NY, LA, & London
February 23rd, 2013 (Saturday) Japan
February 28rd, 2012 (Thursday) Online