Supreme has released a wide range of items this 2018 spring/summer season, showcased in the latest lookbook by the newly Carlyle Group-backed fashion label.
In the collection, the skull pile graphic is found prominently adorning a bomber jacket, while legendary graffiti artist Lee Quinones and his “The Lion’s Den” artwork is found on a trucker jacket and pair of matching shorts. More ’90s stylings — paneled leather jackets, military camos and workwear — can be had on in-line products. An official collaboration with late ’80s Hellraiser as an all-over pattern decorates a long jacket. Lastly, a heavily embroidered trucker jacket responds to the ongoing trend of DIY fashion, in stark contrast to a bright green suit that is both timeless and modern.
For the full Spring/Summer 2018 collection, visit Supreme’s official website
See more photos of the lookbook below.