Japanese lifestyle publication GRIND magazine has tapped Russian designer Gosha Rubchinskiy to photograph its latest editorial for Supreme’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection.

As we noted earlier this year, Supreme’s current offering is very much anchored by 1990s sportswear pieces, so it wasn’t that unusual for the magazine to choose Rubchinskiy whose eponymous label is known to channel 1990s angst—specifically the styles of post-Soviet Russia.

Though collection features a wide assortment of gear, ranging from sleeveless jerseys and graphic hoodies to vibrant knits and solid button-ups, this editorial primarily highlights the assortment of outerwear. We see standout pieces like an American flag pullover, a shearling-lined B3 jacket, and a camo-patterned parka shot against some of Berlin’s most iconic locations.

Check out images from the GRIND editorial below. You can shop what's Supreme’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection online and in-store.

[via Highsnobiety]