Supreme Spring/Summer 2018 Collection In “THEM” Magazine

A new editorial by “THEM” magazine showcases the pieces from the Supreme Spring/Summer 2018 collection. This marks the brand’s return to its seasonal pictorial routine.

 

Supreme recently dropped a lookbook for its Spring/Summer 2018 collection. The assortment features eccentric graphics that take its inspiration from the ’90s.

It also presents bold materials such as paneled leather jackets and denim. One noteworthy item is the overly embroidered jacket.

There are also other standout pieces like the millennial pink zip-up jacket with polka dots all over and bright yellow gradient-patterned puffer coat.

A Special Editorial

Style and culture publication “THEM” magazine featured Supreme and its current collection for a special editorial. The spread showcases key pieces from the range. Aidan Quinn Mackey still models the items.

Taking the helm is the studded leather jacket, pastel suit, and coat with floral print. Other pieces in the lineup are graphic tees, hoodies, and outerwear.

Supreme collaborated with various artists for the SS18 collection. Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. Estes, Quinones, and Johnston feature two additions to the label’s art-collab roster while an old favorite returns.

Richard Estes’ art focuses on photorealistic paintings. Supreme used his “DRUGS” image which he created back in 1970. Lee Quinones is a graffiti artist in the 1970s.  Lastly, Daniel Johnston returns to work with Supreme.

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