Supreme's practice of shutting down twice a year ahead of a new seasonal launch has a way of building up anticipation, even without the benefit of any sort of marketing or advertising. Consequently, the unveiling of a new collection becomes a legitimate event, but getting through an entire season's worth of apparel and accessories can be an overwhelming prospect. We've gathered some of the season's best pieces -- many of which will likely be available in stores today -- as part of the latest Freshness Grid. Along with the Supreme goods, we threw in a pair of kicks as the finishing piece of the puzzle.
Uptown Studded Leather Varsity Jacket
A glitzy take on the traditional varsity jacket, this one features rhinestone studded detailing on the chest and sleeve patches. Sumptuous cowhide leather adds to the premium look and feel.
Motion Logo Hooded Sweatshirt
It's become something of a springtime tradition for Supreme to revive its classic logos on its lightweight hoodies. This time around, it's the Motion Logo, which was first brought back in 2010.
Mini Check Work Pant
Supreme's Work Pant arrives in a subtle check pattern for a vintage look. Give the solid colors a rest and embrace your inner geezer.
This season's take on the carryall features a 210 Denier Cordura build, with ventilated mesh padding on the back for comfort. A box logo and "SUPREME" printed in block letters across the top make this one for fans of conspicuous branding.
Sunnies have become a regular fixture in recent Supreme collections. The Factory silhouette features a classic rounded shape, and the exposed hardware and vintage tortoise shell design make this one a winner.
Enamel Leather Keychain
Keychains are oftentimes Supreme's hidden gems. This irreverent take on the Alfa Romeo logo is the latest example.
Die Cut Belt
Ditch the shoe lace and invest in a real leather belt. Die cut detailing makes this one stand out.
Hanes Crew Socks
Supreme's basics series with Hanes gets a new addition in the form of these crew socks. Essential black and white are the only colors you'll need.
fragment design x NikeCourt Tennis Classic
The clean lines and minimalist design make this low-cut silhouette a versatile model that you can wear with just about anything. Originally built for the court, the shoe carries enough attitude for streetwear brands touting worldwide fame.
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