When it comes to meshing high fashion with skate culture, Supreme still reigns as its name suggests. Following up on its groundbreaking collaborations with COMME des GARÇONS and Louis Vuitton, the brand just unveiled an extensive collection done in collaboration with Jean Paul Gaultier. The French designer is known for the avant-guard. He used heavily tattooed and pierced models back in the ‘80s before it became popular, and was the first to put full-figured women and older men on the runway.
Gaultier’s accolades include doing the costume design for The Fifth Element movie and Madonna’s “Blond Ambition” tour. The latter is referenced in Supreme’s Gaultier campaign through the use of Madonna’s daughter Lourdes as a model. The collection includes an array of non-traditional pieces including: jackets with backpacks stitched into them, cologne, a double breasted faux fur coat, a pin-stripe three-piece suit with cargo pockets, a leather holster, floral print sweatsuits and Vans, and more.
Have a look at a few of the more unorthodox items from this upcoming release below, and head over to Supreme to view the full range.
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