Savaged by critics upon its release in 1983, Brian De Palma's Scarface would go on to become cult classic, beloved by fans for Al Pacino's over-the-top performance as Tony Montana, a Cuban immigrant who rises to power in Miami's criminal underground during the height of the cocaine boom of the '80s. This week finds Supreme launching a collection dedicated to the film immortalized through posters hanging on countless dorm rooms. The assortment features a Leather Jacket, Sweater, Hockey Jersey, two Hooded Sweatshirts, four Graphic T-Shirts, Beanie, two Skateboard Decks and a Desk Lamp.
Interestingly, Supreme states that "select pieces" will be available starting October 12 at the brand's NY, Brooklyn, LA, London and Paris stores, as well as online at supremenewyork.com. Availability in Japan follows on October 14.