Supreme Fall/Winter 2022 Lookbook

Shortly after sharing its latest campaign with André 3000, Supreme has now returned to showcase the lookbook for its latest Fall/Winter 2022 collection. Revealing the range with a simple lookbook starring key members of its current skate team, the seasonal offering is dominated by a striking mix of textiles, distressing, patterns, prints, patchwork, embroidery, and badge applications.

As per usual, references come far and wide led by signature artful inspirations tied by a uniquely New York outlook. Aside from artful inspirations are design motifs drawn from films, sports, music, food, military styling, and rugged workwear.

Preparing for the colder weather ahead, the FW22 collection features a heavy selection of outerwear featuring a mix of new options like the 2-in-1 GORE-TEX Windstopper Shell and Vest, and plays on Supreme’s established outerwear styles. The label has also continued its relationship with heritage names for warm outfitting in the form of a Vanson Cordura Jacket and Pants set, Nylon Flight Pants and an MA-1 Bomber Jacket made by Alpha Industries, along with a Cowichan Sweater hand-knit by Canadian Sweater Company.

Collaborations for the season continue in a range with 90’s New York graffiti crew IRAK, Pants, a CCM Hockey Jersey, Pants, Hooded Work Jacket and Hoodie with Great China Wall, and Griffin Anorak, Pants and Hoodie. While pop culture celebrations include Pilsbury Doughboy pieces including a Mitchell and Ness Jacket, Zip Up Hoodie, Work Shirt, Chino Pant, Cookie Jar, and Skate Deck, playful Gremlins jerseys and Skate Deck, and much more.

The focus on art this season continues with styles decorated with artwork by Shaun Crawford, Mark Gonzales, Raymond Pettibon, and Cokney. While the New York imprint’s latest interest in the world of music includes the teased photo shirt featuring an image of André 3000 wearing a Box Logo T-shirt.

Supreme’s FW22 collection will see its regular weekly releases, starting with its first drop arriving on August 25, and in Japan on August 27. Also, take a full look at the latest seasonal collection.
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