Two rare Supreme x GOODENOUGH tees surfaced. It is a collaboration with the Japanese streetwear brand and Hiroshi Fujiwara.


Supreme recently collaborated with Levi’s for their spring 2018 collection. This came comes the duo did a Fall/Winter 2017 range.

The range is a six-piece Spring 2018 collection. It includes a custom fit stonewashed pinstripe Trucker Jacket. There’s also the custom fit stonewashed pinstripe 550 jeans.

Each item arrives in three different colorways: black, blue, and pink. The pinstripes, on the other hand, come in white for each version.

The duo created the pieces exclusively for Supreme. They have Levi’s metallic hardware, fabric patch, and red tab detailing.

Early Days

The shirts dropped in Japan back in 2007. Hiroshi Fujiwara’s label, GOODENOUGH, collaborated with Supreme for limited edition tees. The label kickstarted Fujiwara’s fashion career and earned him the title of “Godfather of Streetwear.”

This time, the almost-identical rendition of the top in both black and white arrive. The print on the back feature the text of the two brands in block lettering. These are distinguishable by 3M details.

Moroever, the tees also have tags by GOODENOUGH similar to previous collaborations. The pieces are not for sale but could be auctioned off as a set.

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