Supreme has finally released its SS20 lookbook complete with a whole range of on-trend garments and, predictably, a collection of useless accessories you never knew you somehow needed.
Following the teaser video that Supreme just dropped on its social media platforms featuring a hologram of Tupac Shakur wearing the brand’s trademark boxers, SS20 is finally here.
Officially unveiling the range this morning with a lookbook modelled by Sage Elsesser, Supreme’s latest seasonal offerings are a plethora of quirky prints, vibrant patchwork designs, and a mix of patterns that only the hype-brand could get away with. As is customary of Supreme’s triannual releases, SS20 draws creative vision from the usual sporting takes and artful inspirations, as well as new ideas from ‘90s rap iconography and tabloid magazine covers.
You’ll find various historic references throughout, including graphics that represent famous supermodel Naomi Campbell (photographed by Pamela Hanson and illustrated by Mark Gonzales), blues musician Miles Davis and Tupac of course (check out this trippy skateboard). Plus, Supreme has collaborated with Keegan Dakkar, a tattoo artist who’s come up with some funky designs for a unique sweatshirt-pant-combo and basketball jersey that complete the line.