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Supreme's Spring/Summer 2018 Lookbook Features Eccentric Graphics

The ’90s aren’t going anywhere.

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Supreme's Spring/Summer 2018 Lookbook Features Eccentric Graphics

The ’90s aren’t going anywhere.

Supreme is back with its Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook which provides a look at current trends in streetwear.

The range of items in the lookbook are heavily inspired by the ’90s, seen in the bold materials featured on the paneled leather jackets and denim emblazoned with eccentric graphics. The drop’s overly embroidered jacket is sure to be a staple for lovers of vintage patches on outerwear. Additional standouts include the millennial pink zip-up jacket with an all-over polka dot print and bright yellow gradient-patterned puffer coat.

The collection will be available to purchase at Supreme’s New York, LA and European locations on February 15 while Japan will see a February 17 release. The brand’s web store releases the items on February 22. Take a look at the lookbook in the gallery above and at each item now.

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