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After the collection’s existence was informally teased to the general public via photos of professional skateboarder Tyshawn Jones earlier this month, Supreme and True Religion have unveiled their new collaborative lineup.

The fall 2021 collection was unveiled on Monday and features a denim trucker jacket, a hooded sweatshirt, a denim cargo pant, a 6-panel hat, and a beanie. Featured in lifestyle images of select pieces shot by Drew Vickers are @soldierboyfriend and @sauvageon.

The hooded sweatshirt, as mentioned above, was spotted in a purple colorway on Jones earlier this month at a mural unveiling in the Bronx. The sighting spurred rumors that True Religion was indeed linking up with Supreme for a full collection. Clearly, those rumors have now been confirmed.

The collection will be available to shop starting Sept. 30 (Oct. 2 in Japan), while the Supreme x True Religion 6-panel hat will be available at a later date. Get a closer look at the collection below.

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Image via Supreme x True Religion x Drew Vickers
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Image via Supreme x True Religion x Drew Vickers
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Image via Supreme x True Religion x Drew Vickers
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Image via Supreme x True Religion x Drew Vickers
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Image via Supreme x True Religion x Drew Vickers
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion
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Image via Supreme x True Religion

Also this month, Supreme linked up with Thrasher—who previously named Jones Skater of the Year—for a new collab collection that enlisted the classic pentagram logo and signature flames typeface. Also featured, by way of a hoodie and t-shirt design, was a screenshot from the Skate and Destroy PlayStation game.

Supreme also recently revealed the cookbook for its fall/winter 2021 pieces. Click here to see our 10 takeaways from the collection.