A fresh crop of streetwear by Supreme is garnering media attention in the pages of Japanese publication Warp. True to its mission statement of delivering the goods directly and in detail, the magazine creatively showcases the pieces like candid stills drawn from collegiate life. With smug appeal, the model sports several looks: a green football jersey, a shiny maroon hoodie matched with a black polo and baseball cap, an elongated, red sweater with black accents and Egyptian eyes, a referee top layered with a yellow varsity jacket, a black and white checkered crew-neck jacket, a blue collared coat with pin-striped detail and a drawstring bottom, and even a furry sheepskin coat (a collaboration piece created by Supreme and NYC clothing brand Schott) paired with a black beanie. Photographed by Chris Shonting, styled by Yohei Usami, and directed by Supreme's own Angelo Baque, the campaign does the fall/autumn collection justice.
The online release is set for August 29, so be ready.