Aside from fashioning signature staples that streetwear aficionados clamor for, another key tenet to Supreme’s cult-status success is its ability to partner with unique imprints that stylishly disrupt the status quo. Already flaunting collaborative ventures with Nike, Vans, and The North Face in just 2020 alone, the streetwear stalwart has just dropped visuals for a cold-weather range alongside Yohji Yamamoto.
The joint offering extends the industry’s high-low dynamic—made popular by Supreme and Louis Vuitton’s groundbreaking collection—and is the perfect representation of both design philosophies. Spotlighting creative renders from both Sancheeto and Peter Saville, the capsule highlights a spattering of quirky visuals that make its presence felt on a series of pullovers, tees and jackets; when mixed in with Yamamoto’s penchant for billowy silhouettes, succeeds in melding two uniquely distinct design codes. Standout outerwear from the range, include leather work jackets, quilted puffers, and zippered parkas, amongst others.