Following up on Supreme’s Morrisey-led campaign for SS16, the New York skate label now looks to another rock legend for inspiration. Supreme’s collaborative collection with Black Sabbath is a depiction of heavy metal imagery through a streetwear lens, with graphics and photography utilized across a range of menswear pieces.
Coinciding with the band’s ongoing world tour, the full drop includes a denim trucker jacket adorned with the cover of Black Sabbath’s 1970 self-titled debut, a hooded parka, a hooded sweatshirt, a crewneck sweatshirt, a long-sleeve T-shirt, four T-shirt options, baseball caps, a rug by Japan’s Gallery1950, and perhaps most interesting of all, a hockey jersey featuring typography taken from the band’s fourth album, Vol. 4.
Watch for the Supreme x Black Sabbath collection to drop Thursday, March 31 in New York, London, Paris, Los Angeles and online, while Japanese doors will receive the range on April 2.
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