Supreme Fall/Winter 2011 Collection

Supreme Fall/Winter 2011 Collection

Here it is folks. The moment we all found ourselves waiting for with bated breath. Supreme has dropped another killer collection for Fall/Winter 2011 and we just went full-torqued.

Referencing some fabrics and prints from past collections, including the ever-so-popular leopard, paisley, and Liberty prints, this particularly strong collection also gives us some new goodies.

The collection includes some great outerwear like the moleskin peacoat with a paisley lining, a Thrasher collaboration on a Coaches Jacket, a great trenchcoat with corduroy collar and removable leopard-print pile lining, a reversible fleece polka-dot shell, and some dope parkas, but it's the lambskin leather down jacket that has us cised. 

Buttondown shirts include a collection of smart plaids, and Fall fabrics like denim, oxford, and chamois. More playful patterns like polka dots, horizontal stripes, and an all-over Snow White print are also utilized.

Of course, there's a great selection of graphic tees and sweats, as well as a very cool collab with Bad Boy Records on a Biggie tee, featuring his platinum selling album cover for "Ready to Die." The "Uptown" print includes a reference to The New Yorker's iconic Eustace Tilley mascot, and is featured on a collection of wool five-panel hats and pullover hoodies.

Check out the full collection on their website, along with the lookbook, and you can probably expect a long ass line for this one, which drops in store on Thursday and online Sept. 1st.

[Supreme]

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