As can only be expected, Supreme is pushing forth with more Spring 2020 designs, teasing a range of tees and long-sleeve crewnecks in a breadth of seasonal-appropriate colorways. Earlier this year, the streetwear brand ushered in a handful of collaborative ventures alongside some noteworthy artists, including Leigh Bowery, Daniel Johnston, and My Bloody Valentine, amongst others, however, strategically evades any sort of overreaching theme with this new offering.
Instead, Supreme chose to remix its own logo in a swarm of creative ways, some featuring playful imagery, while others highlight subtle text manipulation as its focal point. Standing out amongst the lot are two shirts that capture the sombre morbidness of Japanese cult classic, Ichi the Killer—a crime film revolving around a sadomasochistic Yakuza enforcer who comes into contact with a psychotic killer known for obscure torture tactics. The “conceptual” tees add a welcomed layer of depth to an otherwise simplistic collection, and together form a comprehensive range ideal for the season at hand.