Earlier last week, Supreme took to Instagram to tease its Spring/Summer 2020 collection featuring a trucker-style jacket over a hoodie paired with bright, red pants. The New York-based fashion label has finally released the official lookbook for the upcoming range showcasing an array of multi-colored outerwear pieces and graphic tees.
Highlight pieces like the GORE-TEX anorak and pants sport patterns reminiscent of American artist Rammellzee’s paintings. The label’s Vanson jacket arrives in perforated leather, while the Cordura features leather lettering. The crewneck sweatshirt and T-shirt showcases a classic photo of supermodel Naomi Campbell by photographer Pamela Hanson, drawn on by Mark Gonzales. Other garments and accessories have been incorporated with stills from Jamil GS’s 2001 Calendar for Supreme, as well as artwork by the late Daniel Johnston. Additionally, the graphic hooded sweatshirt, sweatpants and basketball jersey feature the designs of tattoo artist Keegan Dakkar.
Take a full look at Supreme’s SS20 lookbook in the gallery above and below. The collection is set to release on February 20 in-store at Supreme’s New York, LA and European locations, while Japan will see a later release of February 22. Supreme’s online store is expected to drop the items on February 27.