From their collaboration with Louis Vuitton, to James Jebbia bagging the award for CFDA menswear's designer of 2018, Supreme is (still) having a moment. Having just dropped their fall/winter 2018 collection at their New York, Los Angeles and European stores on Thursday, the collection features an agglomeration of statement outerwear such as patchwork leather jackets, shearling jackets, anoraks as well as incorporating a couple of GORE-TEX options. In short, it's a drop that will keep you toasty while you're stunting it for the 'gram.
The graphics are also a key-highlight, from an embroidered snaking dragon on work jackets and floral prints shirts, to the more pop-culture friendly Cat in the Hat, as well as Madonna (Happy belated birthday!) tributes. Also expect more low-key styles like a tone on tone box-logo long sleeve shirt, and the classic plaid shirts and joggers.
For those who prefer something a tad more irreverent, check out the accessories, including a Teddy Bear in a Supreme box logo hoodie, red Supreme lunch boxes, as well as an inflatable chair. Supreme has also collaborated with Tamiya for a remote control car, TAG Heuer for a stopwatch and, the most surprising of all, the New York Post. The latter involves Supreme taking over the front page of the Post, selling out the paper mere hours it was dropped. It now has a resale value of up to 50 times the original price—who says print is dead. The New York Post also appears on pullovers and joggers.
For those who lament that they missed the 16 August drop, Supreme is launching the collection in Japan on 18 August, as well as their online store in the US and European markets on 20 August. The Japan online store will start selling the FW18 collection on 25 August.
Check out the gallery above for our top 10 favourite items.