One of the rare things that will get people hyped for the pending cold weather is Supreme's fall/winter lookbook, and this season's edition is no exception. Modeled by skater Lucien Clarke, the lookbook leans heavily on outerwear options that include a shearling-lined B3 jacket and a Perfecto leather jacket, both done in collaboration with Schott. The heavier outerwear offerings also consist of a leather hooded parka, a down trench, a reversible puffy jacket, and a overcoat made with Loro Piana wool.
The collection also has a bunch of jersey options: there's a desert camo hockey jersey, a Supreme x Ruff Ryders hockey jersey, a dragon football jersey, and a sleeveless baseball jersey that's reminiscent of the '90s-era Seattle Mariners. Of course, the hoodie category is also well-represented, and any fan of early-2000s Dipset will for sure be looking to cop the American flag bog logo pullover that's definitely a nod to Juelz Santana's most patriotic 'fit ever.
And since it wouldn't be a Supreme collection without an artist collaboration, this season has the venerable streetwear name working with the late surrealist artist H.R. Giger, who produced original artwork for a skateboard deck and a coaches jacket. Check out the full lookbook below, and get ready for the August 21 in-store release in New York, London, and L.A., with an August 23 release in Japan. The online store will open up on August 28.