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Supreme confirms its reunion with Japanese streetwear giant Undercover. Following up from the duo’s widely-popular Public Enemy range back in 2018, the upcoming release continues to merge Jun Takahashi’s avant-garde, utilitarian attitude with Supreme’s streetwear heritage. The Spring/Summer 2023 collection offers a masterclass in seasonal outerwear, comprising trench coats, puffer jackets and track jackets alongside the perfect layering pieces.

This past January, rumours surrounding the reunion of the two loved streetwear brands following their 5-year collaborative hiatus began to circulate online. Ever since, fans have been patiently waiting for their fourth collaborative drop, however, Supreme recently laid the rumours to rest with a sneak peek of their forthcoming collaboration. Both labels are experts at fusing punk and streetwear influences with high fashion sensibilities resulting in some of the most coveted and iconic pieces in streetwear fashion.

Both Supreme and Undercover have managed to consistently produce fresh, cutting-edge designs drawing inspiration from music, art and subcultures. Whether it's a new graphic tee, hoodie or accessory, each piece is crafted to be visually stunning most importantly, thought-provoking.

Filled with Takahashi’s signature motifs, the full collection includes Hooded Sweatshirts, Short Sleeve Shirts, Moto Jerseys and Football Tops to name a few and Track Pants marked with Undercover’s signature Brain Crossbones. Pieces within the collection include a special collaborative logo that reads “Undercover Supreme Antiwar 2023.” As with all Supreme collaborations, accessories releasing alongside the drop include the Six-Panel Hat, a Waist Bag, and a Gallery1950 Rug. Get it tomorrow on Supreme's website at 5 pm CET. Or if you're in Japan, starting from April 1.

Nur Rezai-Mah

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