Menswear: The Official Supreme Thread


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carl lewis
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30 Mar 2015 21:35
Mookie_blaylock
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30 Mar 2015 21:42
Grim. The only thing about them is the removable insoles
kid unknown
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30 Mar 2015 22:30
PM sports direct/m&m direct
Anto
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30 Mar 2015 22:45
EssexBoyII wrote: They actually look pretty good there. I didn't expect that

Same here!
Beedub those look good on you. No straps and you're good to go
Sayword
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5766 posts since 1/4/07

30 Mar 2015 22:50
it's obviously Punk/goth influenced.

I mean it's no boring grey sweatshirt and reeboks
Sayword
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31 Mar 2015 01:46
YOU NEED STEEZ FOR THESE
APROO
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31 Mar 2015 22:34
Them and the new Stoney are worst collabs they've done, shame after the Undercover stuff being so good.
Anto
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posted 31 Mar 2015 22:37, edited 31 Mar 2015 22:37
OrnetteC
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posted 31 Mar 2015 23:24, edited 31 Mar 2015 23:24
APROO wrote: Them and the new Stoney are worst collabs they've done, shame after the Undercover stuff being so good.

They're Classic Skate Shoes and fit aesthetically perfectly albeit not trendy or "clean" within current tastes, honestly the only reason to keep seasonal Nikes going is too allow them to pump out AF1's and 90's/tennis classics. If we getting into the Nike Collabs Foams take the cake, Yeh it's a NewYork reference/hood classic but they were shit compared to the High AF1's as a city ode. Stoney was LDN influence whatever, Palace who run that store always have it on, so it was inevitable. Looking forward to see who else they pull from that side, didn't Jebbia say he wanted V Westwood?
OrnetteC
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31 Mar 2015 23:26

found it honeyee 2011 -

Supreme has released epoch-making collaborative products every season to date. Following the opening the London store, is there any brand associated with London you would like to work in the future?

"Vivienne Westwood could be cool."
TIMDOT
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31 Mar 2015 23:51
APROO wrote: Them and the new Stoney are worst collabs they've done, shame after the Undercover stuff being so good.
The undercover stuff wasn't at all good IMO. Even though I queued 7 and a half hours for it.
They did what I consider the eternal sin for colabs which is to get two existing graphics from either brand and just squash them together to see what happens. This was the teddy bear graphic.

teddy: old U graphic (bad)
anarchy is the key: '' (bad)
Synhead: good
Witch: decent
All over print: An artists work copy and pasted + kind of ugly (VERY bad + bad)
Bondage trousers: good because they make sense
TIMDOT
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31 Mar 2015 23:58
^^New nikes are kind of clean (a word you don't hear too much these days).
Sayword
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posted 1 Apr 2015 04:34, edited 1 Apr 2015 04:34
APROO wrote: Them and the new Stoney are worst collabs they've done, shame after the Undercover stuff being so good.
Everything except the bondage pants.

A high end brand creats a pair of bondage pants for skaters? Supreme Fucking bondage pants bro. All the other UC gear, besides the SCHOTT Leather is strictly hype, and so is the leather too, but it's a UC SCHOTT supreme leather.

UCxSupremeXSchott for the Grailers
basic shit for the hypebeast
Bondage pants for the true supreme/undercover heads

SUPREME BONDAGE PANTS BRO.

don't be fucking stoops.
Forper
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1 Apr 2015 06:59
toin wrote: Has undercover ever done bondage pants before the supreme collab? Think it looks god awful

actually probably not for a long time, they used to do them as a staple in the old old days
EssexBoyII
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1 Apr 2015 07:23
It still has to fit with Supreme's history, not just Undercover's and I'd say that bondage pants is on the borders of 'skater culture'. I don't find the other items boring. They are good ways of integrating the immagery of both brands. If they worked on a wholly original creation together and the immagery didn't reflect either brands back catalogue then everyone would moan saying 'well, what's supreme/undercover about this?'

I only bagged the Synhead tee in the end. Really liked the flannel but don't think the bear graphic worked with it. I also think the hoodie is the perfect mix of both. It has Undercovers strangeness in it but feels aligned with Supreme too. Not sure I'd wear it though
Double D
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1 Apr 2015 12:18
Bondage pants could've worked if the cut was more 1982 than 2002.
Sayword
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posted 1 Apr 2015 12:43, edited 1 Apr 2015 12:43
Double D wrote: Bondage pants could've worked if the cut was more 1982 than 2002.
it's a cut for skaters….

burny
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1 Apr 2015 12:50
TIMDOT wrote:
APROO wrote: Them and the new Stoney are worst collabs they've done, shame after the Undercover stuff being so good.
The undercover stuff wasn't at all good IMO. Even though I queued 7 and a half hours for it.
They did what I consider the eternal sin for colabs which is to get two existing graphics from either brand and just squash them together to see what happens. This was the teddy bear graphic.

teddy: old U graphic (bad)
anarchy is the key: '' (bad)
Synhead: good
Witch: decent
All over print: An artists work copy and pasted + kind of ugly (VERY bad + bad)
Bondage trousers: good because they make sense

It's the best collab they've done in a long time, and all the graphics work for exactly the reasons you don't like them. The 'Anarchy is the Key' in particular is brilliant and you have no idea why.
burny
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1 Apr 2015 12:51
And you queued 7.5 hours for something you didn't like? Laughing out loud
carl lewis
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23965 posts since 14/10/04

1 Apr 2015 13:06
These are Supreme's best years financially selling everything direct and selling out on most lines.

If I was Jagger ill be happy with the bonuses and used it for my family.