Time for the internet to go into meltdown once again as Supreme unveil their latest collection for Fall/Winter 2015 in this lookbook featuring team rider Sage Elsesser.
The coveted skate/streetwear imprint continues to develop their staple designs as well as introducing several new experimental styles that perhaps pull away from the brands renowned ‘streetwear’ aesthetic, drawing subtle influences from a variety of subcultures throughout. I always find myself struggling for words to write about Supreme releases as in the most part, the scale and quality speaks for itself. You know that you’re going to get originality, you know theres going to be the hugely popular box logo design worked in somewhere and you know that the collection will be met with mixed reactions, despite selling out in no time. Unfortunately for most, your favourite piece might be out of reach and unless you’re super quick or super lucky, you will struggle to get hold of the most wanted styles from the collection. Regardless, this collection is too good not to share as Supreme give us another reminder as to why its considered one of the most desirable brands on the planet.
The simplistic lookbook highlights 23 different looks, pulling key styles from the comprehensive range. The outerwear selection takes centre stage with a diverse selection of silhouettes and stand out pieces including the ‘Justice For All’ fishtail parka, embroidered pull over anoraks with tonal branding and the colour blocked hooded jacket. The expected graphic tees, box logo sweaters and flannel shirting bulk out the release, sitting alongside some of the more interesting pieces in the quarter zip pullovers, argyle knits, minimal turtle neck tops and white full length dungarees. The collection is rounded off with a healthy selection of headwear that utilises several logo designs and a variety of premium materials. To accompany the mainline release, the Fall/Winter collection also sees new offerings from regular collaborators including Champion, Playboy and Schott NYC, as well as an imaginative array of accessories from skate hardware to crowbars.
The Supreme Fall/Winter 2015 collection will be arriving at the brands London, NY and LA locations on the 20th of August, and will be available online as the webstore reopens on August 27th.
Magenta take to the streets of their hometown Bordeaux to capture their latest apparel offering for Fall 2014 alongside their Infinity deck series.
The skater owned and operated brand continue the brands unique artistic direction as they draw themes from revolutionary art movements including the renaissance period to the surrealists. Each of these movements helped changed perspectives and this is something deeply rooted within Magenta’s core values and overall aim. Flying the flag for independent french skate brands at the minute, their latest release is concise, featuring graphic based tees, hoodies, sweaters and a jacket, as well as a range of headwear bearing the brands signature logo.
This season also sees a selection of new pro graphics introduced, one from each team member and also some guest appearances from Carlos Young, photographer Richard Hart and a cruiser model from Mike Manzoori.
Check out the look book below as well as the Infinity deck series. For more information or to purchase, visit www.magentaskateboards.com