Supreme’s New Collection Is Loaded With Big-Name Collaborations

Aug 19, 2019

Category: Gear

At the start of each new season, the genre-defining fashion aficionados at Supreme release a new pack of aesthetic accessories, reminding us that, through something as simple as clever branding, even most obscure items can become relevant. Now, the influential company has unveiled its new Fall/Winter 2019 lineup — complete with collaborations from Timex, BLU, Pyrex, and Honda.

Throughout Supreme’s Fall/Winter 2019 Collection, you’ll find everything from measuring cups, lighters, and hairbrushes, all the way to notable items like the Knoll Wassily chair, Dom Perignon champagne flutes, and camo-covered essentials from Hanes. But the standout accessory from the brand’s year-end catalog isn’t something as traditional as a skate deck or pool cue — it’s a full-fledged motorcycle. That’s right, Supreme has joined forces with Honda to bring the company’s urban influence to the CRF 250R, pairing the bike’s powerful racing architecture with less-than-subtle logos, peripherals, and visual upgrades. The entire collection is slated for release at the tail-end of 2019 — until then, you can head to Supreme’s website for more information.

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