For Fall, Supreme will release eight new graphic T-Shirts.
Available September 29th.
Available in Japan October 1st.
Supreme has worked with Yohji Yamamoto® on a new collection for Fall 2022. The collection consists of a Vanson Leathers® Jacket and Pant, Bomber Jacket, Parka, Baja Jacket, Suit, Sweater, Shirt, Hooded Sweatshirt, Cargo Pant, three T-Shirts, Beanie, Dr. Martens® 1461 3-Eye Shoe and Skateboard.
The Bomber Jacket, Puffer Parka, Sweater, Shirt, Hooded Sweatshirt, T-Shirt, and Skateboard feature original artwork from TEKKEN™.
Available September 22nd.
Available in Japan September 24th.
Available in select Yohji Yamamoto online stores September 24th.
This Fall, Supreme has worked with Nike® on an ACG collection consisting of a Denim Pullover, Fleece Pullover, Pant, Short, Jersey, S/S Top and 6-Panel.
Made exclusively for Supreme, the ACG Denim Pullover, Belted Denim Pant and Denim 6-Panel feature water resistant Cordura® cotton denim. The ACG Fleece Pullover features polar fleece with nylon ripstop panels, while the ACG Nylon Trail Short features water resistant nylon. The ACG Jersey features poly DRI-FIT jersey, while the ACG Grid Tee features cotton jersey.
Available September 15th.
Available in Japan September 17th.
American artist Pope.L was born in Newark, NJ in 1955. He began graduate studies at Rutgers in the late 1970s, developing an interest in experimental theater and performance. His actions largely occur in public and municipal spaces — many of which have taken place in New York, including at Tompkins Square Park and outside of a midtown Chase Bank. Referring to himself as “a fisherman of social absurdity,” Pope.L has employed a variety of strategies to explore complicity, power, race, class, gender, and embodiment. His work spans theater, intervention, painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, writing and video. It is at turns provocative, absurd, disruptive and vulnerable.
Some of Pope.L’s most well-known work are his arduous “crawls,” a series of street performances enacted over four decades. He first crawled across 42nd Street in 1978, inspired by growing numbers of unhoused people sleeping on the street. In re-focusing collective attention on his own body moving through space horizontally, he considered “all those folks, who seemed inert and unwilling to lift themselves up by their bootstraps, starting to move as one,” and how such refusal to move up contains “this energy of moving forward.”
Between 2001 and 2009, Pope.L incrementally crawled 22 miles up Broadway, from the tip of Manhattan to the South Bronx, wearing a Superman costume and a skateboard on his back. These actions pose important cultural and historical questions. What gestures are accepted in what spaces? Whose gestures are accepted in whose spaces? How does a space frame an action? “As soon as you go outside, there’s this issue of where you are in space, and who owns that space,” Pope.L has said. “So I realized that I was setting up a tension when I crawled about being in space and how you’re located in that space – how you’re supposed to behave in that space, and who can own that space, and how you can own it.”
Supreme has worked with Pope.L on a new collection featuring imagery from The Great White Way: 22 Miles, 9 Years, 1 Street. The collection consists of a T-Shirt and two skateboards.
Available September 8th.
Available in Japan September 10th.
Supreme®/Nike SB Blazer Mid
Supreme has worked with Nike SB on a new version of the Blazer Mid. The shoe features a quilted upper with rubber outsole, Zoom Air unit in heel, faux snakeskin swoosh, debossed leather logo at tongue, cutout logo and engraved logo D-Ring tab at heel. Made exclusively for Supreme, the Blazer Mid will be offered in quilted leather and quilted denim color ways.
Available September 8th.
Available in Japan September 10th.
Our Fall/Winter 2022 collection will be available in stores and online Thursday, August 25th.
Available in Japan stores and online Saturday, August 27th.
The preview, lookbook and random sections have been updated.
New content, announcements and previews of the Fall/Winter 2022 collection coming soon.
For Summer, Supreme will release eight new graphic T-Shirts.
Available June 30th.
Available in Japan July 2nd.
Supreme Spring Sunglasses
This Spring, Supreme will release four styles of Sunglasses: the Koto, Club, Velo and Levy. All frames are hand made in Italy and feature lenses with anti-reflective coating.
Available on June 23rd.
Available in Japan on June 25th.
Supreme®/Nike Shox Ride 2
Supreme has worked with Nike® on a new version of the Shox Ride 2 and Running Hat for Spring.
The shoe features mesh upper with leather upper and toe panels, nubuck tongue and heel panels, DURAPLUSH tongue and heel lining, rubber outsole with airbags and molded logo Shox pillars, co-branded footbed and rubber logo panels at tongue and heel. The Running Hat features Dri-FIT mesh with embroidered logos and reflective logo webbing strap closure. Made exclusively for Supreme, the Shox Ride 2 and Running Hat will be offered in four color ways.
Available June 23rd.
Available in Japan June 25th.
Supreme has worked with ANTIHERO® on a new collection for Spring 2022. The collection consists of a Work Jacket, Work Pant, Hooded Sweatshirt, two T-Shirts, 5-Panel and two Skateboards.
Available June 16th.
Available in Japan June 18th.
Supreme®/The North Face®
Supreme has worked with The North Face® on a new collection for Spring 2022. The collection consists of a Trekking Convertible Jacket, S/S Shirt, Hooded Sweatshirt, S/S Top, Belted Pant, Sweatpant, Belted Short, Camp Cap, Crusher, Convertible Backpack + Waist Bag and Sandal.
The Trekking Convertible Jacket features water resistant recycled nylon and zip-off sleeves at elbow and shoulder. The Trekking Zip-Off Belted Pant features water resistant recycled nylon with zip-off legs at knees and thighs. The Trekking Belted Short features water resistant recycled nylon with packable construction. The Trekking S/S Shirt, Soft Bill Camp Cap and Crusher feature water resistant recycled nylon with embroidered logos. The Bandana Hooded Sweatshirt, Sweatpant and Tee feature cotton with bandana appliqué. The Trekking Convertible Backpack + Waist Bag features water resistant recycled nylon with packable construction. The Trekking Sandal features nylon ripstop and open mesh upper with lug rubber outsole, buckle closures and printed logo webbing straps.
Available June 9th.
Available in Japan June 11th.
This Spring, Supreme has worked with Nike® on a collection consisting of a Hooded Jacket, Crewneck, Cargo Pant, Sweatpant and 6-Panel.
Made exclusively for Supreme, the Hooded Jacket, Cargo Pant and 6-Panel feature cotton corduroy with embroidered and appliqué logos. The Crewneck and Sweatpant feature brushed-back fleece with appliqué logos.
Available May 26th.
Available in Japan May 28th.
Supreme has worked with Dr. Martens on a new version of the 3-Eye Shoe. The shoe features a vintage smooth leather upper with embroidered graphic and AirWair® cushion sole. Made exclusively for Supreme, the shoe will be offered in three color ways.
Available May 19th.
Available in Japan May 21st.
American artist Roy DeCarava was born in Harlem in 1919. DeCarava came to artistic maturity during the post WWII era – during a flourishing of art, music, dance, fashion, theater, literature, scholarship and culture. For over 60 years, DeCarava created tonal, evocative photographs of life in his native city and beyond. "DeCarava's work is itself the best of both worlds,” wrote Roberta Smith, “visually rigorous yet incalculably sensitive to the human predicament and the psychology of everyday life, especially concerning but not limited to African-Americans.”
Before making photographs, DeCarava trained as a painter, printmaker and draftsman – initially using a camera as a reference tool for painting. By the late 1940s, DeCarava was printing striking, shadowy silver gelatin prints that would open up new technical possibilities in contemporary photography. Teju Cole wrote about the unique signature of DeCarava’s work, noting “the chiaroscuro effects came from technical choices: a combination of underexposure, darkroom virtuosity and occasionally printing on soft paper.”
DeCarava’s photographs were first exhibited in New York in 1950. In 1952, he became the first African American photographer to win a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. The Fellowship’s grant enabled DeCarava to embark on a project that would eventually become The Sweet Flypaper of Life, a rich and innovative collaboration with poet Langston Hughes. Hughes chose a selection of DeCarava’s photographs and composed a vivid fictional narrative from the perspective of a Harlem grandmother, Sister Mary Bradley. The Sweet Flypaper of Life remains a luminous work of collaborative storytelling, and is considered a photo-book touchstone. DeCarava followed up with another ground-breaking publication in 1960, the sound i saw, a handmade artist book tracking his engagement of the fiery jazz music scene of New York City.
Throughout his life, DeCarava championed the advancement of fine art photography and supported and inspired generations of photographers. From 1955 to 1957, he established and ran The Photographer’s Gallery, the first gallery in the country to focus exclusively on American fine art photography. In 1975, DeCarava joined the faculty of Hunter College, where he taught both undergraduate and MFA courses for decades. He was named Distinguished Professor of Art in 1988.
Supreme has worked with the DeCarava Archives on a new collection for Spring 2022. The collection features a Hooded Sweatshirt and two T-Shirts.
All profits from the Roy DeCarava collection will benefit the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem. For more information, visit: www.nypl.org
Available May 19th.
Available in Japan May 21st.
Supreme has worked with Stone Island® on a new collection for Spring 2022. Made exclusively for Supreme, the collection consists of a water resistant resin-coated nylon Reversible Faux Fur Parka; heat-sensitive pigment printed Reactive Ice Camo Ripstop Jacket, Cargo Pant and Camp Cap; water resistant Cotton Cordura® Shell Jacket; printed cotton S/S Top, Hooded Sweatshirt, Sweatpant, Crusher and Messenger Bag.
Temperature changes result in changes to the camo pattern of the Reactive Ice Camo Ripstop Jacket, Cargo Pant and Camp Cap.
Available May 12th.
Available in Japan May 14th.
Supreme®/Nike® Zoom Air Flight 95
Supreme has worked with Nike® on a new version of the Zoom Air Flight 95 for Spring.
The shoe features a suede and leather upper with printed pattern, rubber outsole with Zoom Air unit in heel, raised logo TPU windows at midsole, tongue and shank; mesh tongue with suede tongue panel and terry tongue lining; embroidered logos at toe and side; and embroidered graphic at woven heel loop.
Made exclusively for Supreme, the Zoom Air Flight 95 will be offered in three color ways.
Available May 5th.
Available in Japan May 7th.
Gummo is an experimental American film released in 1997. It marks the directorial debut of then-23-year-old Harmony Korine. The film is set in present-day Xenia, Ohio – a small city that was hit by a tornado in 1974. It was shot, however, in Korine’s hometown, Nashville.
Frustrated by romanticized depictions of contemporary American life, Korine sought instead to create a film that felt true to his experiences growing up in Tennessee. Gummo comprises a series of loose vignettes that occur throughout the decimated Xenia, weaving together everyday violence, poverty, destruction, abuse, loneliness and teenage boredom with moments of Vaudevillian humor, absurdity and gritty tenderness.
Gummo is characterized by bold experimentation and pastiche – both narratively and visually. Korine cast mostly local non-actors, including people he met at bowling alleys and fast-food restaurants. Korine discovered its two leads – Jacob Reynolds and Nick Sutton – while watching cable T.V. (Reynolds in The Road to Wellville and a Dunkin Donuts commercial; Sutton in a drug prevention episode of The Sally Jesse Raphael Show about sniffing paint). Gummo also features Linda Manz, Mark Gonzales and Chloë Sevigny, who designed costumes for the film.
Although Gummo is scripted, many of its scenes were improvised or developed spontaneously. The film itself is a collage-like assemblage of traditional 35mm film, home-movie-style VHS and Hi-8 footage, and Polaroid photographs – shot partly by the cast itself. “It's like looking at a book of private photos,” Korine has said of this approach. “There's a picture of you in front of a castle or maybe a monument. And next to that is a picture of your grandfather on the toilet. And next to that is a picture you took of Michael Jackson. If you looked at them on their own without knowing the context, then they would seem singular or random. But just because one is next to the other, a kind of narrative comes through. That goes along with Gummo. That's how Gummo was written.”
Gummo proved critically divisive upon its release, yet its startling originality won Korine praise from many distinguished filmmakers including Jean Luc Godard, Bernardo Bertolucci, Errol Morris and Werner Herzog. “Venomous in story; genius in character; victorious in structure; teasingly gentle in epilogue; slapstick in theme; rebellious in nature; honest at heart; inspirational in its creation and with contempt at the tip of its tongue,” wrote Gus Van Sant, “Gummo is a portrait of small-town Middle American life that is both bracingly realistic and hauntingly dreamlike.”
This Spring, Supreme will release a collection featuring imagery from Gummo and original artwork by Harmony Korine. The collection consists of a Coaches Jacket, Football Top, Hooded Sweatshirt, two T-Shirts and two Skateboards.
Available April 28th.
Available in Japan April 30th.
Supreme Spring Tees
For Spring, Supreme will release eight new graphic T-Shirts.
Available April 14th.
Available in Japan April 16th.
Supreme has worked with Dickies® on a new collection for Spring 2022. The collection consists of a Jacket, S/S Shirt, Work Pant, Work Short and Belt.