Supreme present one of their best collections yet for Fall/Winter 2014 with this clean and stylish lookbook modelled by Lucien Clarke.
The collection itself fittingly focuses on outerwear and large jackets to see you through the cold Winters of New York, which thankfully suit us pretty well here in the UK. As per usual with Supreme, some classic items from other cultures have been reinterpreted for the streetwear and skate consumer in luxe materials, including a sheepskin lined leather bomber jacket, denim dungarees and plaid shirt jackets, leather biker jackets, military parkas, tailored pea coats and nautical fishing jackets. As per usual, branding varies from subtle to bold and there’s a wealth of offerings in regards to style and pieces, allowing the collection and brand to be reinterpreted by a huge amount of people. Something that Supreme have always done well (and funnily enough something that some people don’t like about the brand).
I don’t know what it is about this collection, wether it’s the pieces, the references, the styling of the lookbook, or how Lucien Clarke is casually pulling off every different look with effortless style, but something or all of those things is making me feel like this is one of the stronger collections from Supreme without a doubt.
The collection begins to drop this Thursday 21st August at the Supreme London store before the online store re-opens on the 28th August, rewarding those who are willing to actually go to the store and queue for what they want.