• Chandler Allen

Fashion Review: Supreme Fall/Winter Collection


The brand Supreme is a staple skate and street-wear brand that has risen to the top of the fashion circle among many teens, rappers, artists, and people who can afford to pay the pretty penny for its products. Supreme has collaborated with many top name designers such as Louis Vuitton, Comme De Garcons, FILA, and Nike, just to name a few. The latest drop of the clothing line was released on Dec. 7, 2017, on the company's website (supremenewyork.com) and both of the stores in the United States, which are located in Los Angeles and New York.

This latest drop had an addition of 11 new items, including the famed and coveted Supreme Box Logo hoodie, which is available in seven different colors for $168 each. The drop also includes a Supreme/Nike NBA shooting sleeve ($38), a welcome mat ($38), a licence plate puffy jacket ($348), a velour pull over ($128), Polartech bucket hats ($54), wool camp caps ($54), Shearling hoodies ($1248), Michelangelo print sweat pants ($128), Plaid hoodies ($118), Big stripe beanies ($32), Velour sweatpants ($128), Ombre striped sweater ($148), and a nylon 6-panel hat. The obvious trophy of this release is the Box Logo pullover, according to the website HighSnobiety.

Last week's drop had 14 new items, many of which had a camping aesthetic; among them were seven North Face collaborations, including two parkas, a backpack, a hat, a t-shirt, a sweatshirt, and a blanket. The rest of the week's drop included a deep pile balaclava, a beanie, a thermal long-sleeve shirt, GT hoodies, corduroy camp hats, the "liquid metal" logo hats, and nylon ditty bags. These prized cow to cop for this release would be the Mountain Parka ($398) and the Mountain Baltoro jacket ($498).

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