Reuniting for the first time since their collaborative effort back in 2011, Thrasher and Supreme, two icons of world skateboarding, come together once again for a concise apparel collection this season.
The capsule consists largely of bold graphic designs mixed with more subtle pieces. They have worked Thrasher’s famous ‘Flame’ logo and Supreme’s iconic box logo into the designs alongside various other familiar logos that are symbolic of both brands. There are co-branded graphic tees, mesh crew necks, patterned shorts and hoodies, as well as the stand out work jacket that features a bold logo print all over.
Each piece is available in multiple colour options and will be arriving at Supreme’s London location as well as online at www.supremenewyork.com this Thursday the 25th of June. Be sure to act quick if you want in!
In celebration of the pairs Summer 2015 collaboration, Supreme have linked up once again with long time collaborator William Strobeck to produce this video entitled “Sickness”. The 5 minute clip, filmed in San Fran, features riders Aidan Mackey, Sage Elsesser, Sean Pablo, Tyshawn Jones and Kevin Bradley. Enjoy the full video below!
Following news that the brands creative director Brendon Babenzien is set to leave to restart ‘Noah’, Supreme drop the visuals for their highly anticipated Spring/Summer 2015 release.
Once again, Supreme draw influence from a range of different themes including vintage sportswear, traditional Japanese designs and military styles for the latest release. The collection sees various prints and patterns applied to several unique, considered styles, with a strong selection of outerwear taking centre stage. There is also custom artwork from the likes of Daniel Johnston and stand out pieces such as the all over Malcolm X photo print Baseball Jersey; each of which represent the bolder items of the collection. Each piece offers up something completely different, and thats where Supreme excel. Amongst the bolder pieces there are more simplified items that utilise the brands iconic logo designs as well as new takes on the type.
Despite drawing from a number of subjects, Supreme always stays true to and representative of the NY skate scene. It’s ability to take inspiration from different cultures and turn it into some very New York is reflective of the city. Whether you are a fan of the clothing or not, it’s hard to deny that the brand continues to push the boundaries of design and style, season after season they continue to have people across the globe battling to get their hands on a piece.
The Supreme Spring/Summer 2015 collection will be available at the brands London store from Thursday the 19th of January and online at www.supremenewyork.com from the 26th of January.