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Supreme might as well accept the title of cultural historian for the streetwear generation. The New York-based brand not only designs hyped pieces that ensure campouts every time an image is leaked, it also recognizes significant movements and key players in music's lineage and underbelly.
The past has lent collaborations that highlighted the works of Miles Davis, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Stax Records, Three 6 Mafia, and more. Now, Supreme has taken the duty to expose the first substantial American reggae label, Wackies, to youth that might have missed out on the Bronx collective's gritty and lo-fi sounds.
Included in the collection are T-shirts, tank tops, and a snapback cat that co-brand pieces with imagery from Supreme, the record label, and some of its artists: Sugar Minott, Love Joys, and Horace Andy.
Expect the collection to drop June 6 online and in-store at Supreme's New York, Los Angeles, and London locations, and June 8 in Japan.