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Supreme’s Latest Collab Is With Aquascutum, a Favorite of British Football Casuals

Following its high-profile collaborations with Stone Island, Supreme has teamed up with another classic British terracewear brand for FW16 — Aquascutum. Aquascutum was founded in Mayfair, London in 1851 and has a long and illustrious history in Britain. It was the first brand to develop the waterproof textile and trench coat, which was then worn by British military during the Crimean War and World Wars I …

Preview Some of Supreme’s Upcoming Products In This New Fall/Winter 2016 Collection Editorial

About Highsnobiety Highsnobiety is an online publication covering forthcoming trends and news in fashion, art, music, and culture, all on one platform. Highsnobiety has steadily built a strong brand in the online fashion and lifestyle world. Today the blog and print magazine sit among the most visited global sources for inspiration in the areas of fashion, sneakers, music, art and lifestyle culture. Innovation, progression and …

Do You Need to Get the References to Appreciate Good Streetwear?

It’s easy to argue that logos and iconography are mere branding tools or distinctive imagery designed to stamp a visual signature. When these logos and iconography are released, appropriated and re-used, though, they gain a cultural context which transforms them into symbols loaded with history and context. Some are lucky enough to be deemed instantly desirable, whereas others become intrinsically linked with bad taste and …

Get Supreme for Less With These Box Logo-Less Accessories

Supreme’s accessories line has become a bit of a running joke in the streetwear scene. Season after season, the legendary NYC brand pumps out increasingly bizarre products draped in its iconic Box Logo, and season after season, legions of fans swoop in and cop them in an instant. For the FW16 season, Supreme’s got all the usual accessories — belts, scarves, pin badges etc. —  as well as a bevy …

Supreme & UNDERCOVER Are Back At It With a Fire Collection For FW16

Supreme links with UNDERCOVER once again, for what’s proving to become one of the NYC giant’s most fruitful new partnerships (along with the blockbuster Stone Island project). This time around, Jun Takahashi’s label cooks up some fine topcoats (plastered with anarchist-style imagery), dope reversible bombers (the black/pink number is gonna cost a bomb on the resell market), a coaches jacket adorned with yet more bleak …

The 10 Best #Snobshots of the Week

About Highsnobiety Highsnobiety is an online publication covering forthcoming trends and news in fashion, art, music, and culture, all on one platform. Highsnobiety has steadily built a strong brand in the online fashion and lifestyle world. Today the blog and print magazine sit among the most visited global sources for inspiration in the areas of fashion, sneakers, music, art and lifestyle culture. Innovation, progression and …

What the Fashion System Can Learn From Supreme-Style Product Drops

People queue for the latest product ‘drop’ outside the Supreme store in New York| Source: Instagram/@beatthemeattt NEW YORK, United States — Most people with knowledge of the streetwear market are familiar with the concept of a “drop,” a controlled release of new product at a clip that’s far faster than the traditional fashion cycle and designed to drive consumer excitement with a stream of constant …

Kim Kardashian West Hops on the Supreme Wave With Custom Underwear (NSFW)

While vacationing in Punta Mita, Mexico this past week, Kim Kardashian West was spotted in the middle of a professional photo shoot wearing a black see-through crop top and and custom Supreme underwear. We first reported on the handmade Supreme pieces back in January and even though we saw them crop up occasionally, like in this Lisa Ramos photo series, most of what we heard involved the …

Supreme & Terry Richardson Highlight the Best of FW16 in New Editorial

In means of showcasing their FW16 collection, Them Magazine presents a new editorial surrounding Supreme’s latest seasonal delivery. Shot by the legendary Terry Richardson, the project finds the photog joining forces with Supreme OG Jason Dill who can be seen modeling the goods. The editorial features a number of Supreme’s FW16 standouts, ranging from the Court Cards Hooded Leather Jacket to the Faux Fur Double-Breasted …

Supreme Looks to Control Lines With New List System for FW16

With virtually every drop, Supreme’s lines are endless — and often times a bit raucous — many times leaving hopeful shoppers empty handed upon the day’s end. It appears that the streetwear mainstay is looking to amend some of its release issues, however, by implementing a new list system for FW16. According to this Reddit thread, Supreme’s New York location handed out numbers to customers …