Releasing collaboration after collaboration, Supreme have unveiled yet another streetwear collection, with few being as highly anticipated and interesting is this one. The streetwear brand has teamed up with Anti-Hero, yet again, to present this 2016 Spring collection.
For all the skaters and street style fanatics out there, this is exactly what you’ve been waiting for. The two brands cater to the skating, hip-hop and alternative cultures, with youth culture being at the forefront of each collection. Add the skating heavyweight, Anti-Hero to Supreme’s long list of collaborators, and we see the creation of something truly unique.
Following their 2014 Capsule collection, the labels have joined forces once again, to produce a skate-ready lineup of summer gear. The extensive collection was teased in a ‘gritty’ editorial by SENSE, a Japanese publication, last month. The collaboration presents a range of bomber jackets, hoodies, t-shirts, work pants and skateboard decks, with each garment displaying identifiable signs of Supreme – Anti-Hero characteristics.
The 2014 collection was the first time we saw these two streetwear influencers come together, producing nothing short of exciting. Supreme teamed up with Anti-Hero, to produce small capsule collection, consisting of a coach jacket, hoodie, pocket T-shirt, skateboard deck, hobo tool and mesh trucker cap.
The street style brands have infused the distinct New York and San Francisco styles, once again, combining skate-friendly personality, while emphasizing beauty of brand-to-brand collaboration. The work pants, featured in the collaboration, are available in black, white, red, and green, allowing for a distinctive street style outfit, unlike anything we have seen before. All upper garments, including bomber jackets and t-shirts, boast shades of maroon, yellow, black, and white, which is particularly interesting to see in traditional street style garments.
The Supreme – Anti-Hero 2016 summer collection has become available both online and in-store at Supreme’s New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris locations from yesterday, June 2, while Japan have to wait one more day, June 4.
Check out the duo’s skate video released in conjunction with the collaboration: