On Monday, Supreme dropped its Fall/Winter 2018 preview and lookbook. The brand's unexpected presence on the cover of the New York Post somewhat overshadowed the actual collection, with the $1.50 newspaper selling out all over NYC and being resold for 30 times its original value.

But after everyone got their paper, Twitter was flooded with positive reactions to the release, which included crewneck box logos, a collaboration with graffiti legend Sancheeto, and some cozy winter fleeces. As usual, the collection also featured a number of extra AF accessories, including a bike, weighing scales, and a teddy bear wearing a miniature box logo hoodie.

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Read on to find out what Highsnobiety staff are looking to cop this season, and let us know your favorite pieces in the comments below.

Sydney Gore

"I know this isn't a legitimate collaboration with Luca Guadagnino or James Ivory, but I love that Supreme made what is clearly a Call Me by Your Name-inspired graphic tee. Thanks to the language of emojis, the peach has become a symbol that oozes with sexual desire. On this shirt, the fruit looks majestic, like a regal work of art that deserves to be hung in a museum. Timothée Chalamet would most definitely approve."

Alec Leach

"This season looks pretty disappointing, garms-wise, but I am a sucker for anything with a Virgin Mary on it, so this rug does the job just fine."

Bianca Giulione

"As much as the Supreme FW18 roster is awash with bold prints, and as much as I usually fuck with that sort of thing, I'm drawn to the bogo crewneck in forest green. In terms of sweaters, I only ever really wear zip-up hoodies (shoutout to my red velour Juicy Couture thrift find), cardigans (s/o cashmere), or crewnecks, so I'm hoping I can click fast enough to add this to cart for the steeziest, coziest FW season of my life to date."

Graeme Campbell

"What's better than pulling on a pair of cozy long johns in winter? Pulling on a pair of cozy long jawnz."

Chris Danforth

"The bogo-clad Steiff bear is my pick of the season. It’s a reminder that Supreme has the best sense for working with specialists. Sure, this season there's a stepladder with Lucano, but there’s also this teddy bear wearing a box logo hoodie — I know which I’m choosing."

Edward Chiu

"The resell price of this will be more than a Skoda. Skrrt skrrt."

Jake Boyer

"The melodica isn't exactly a subtle instrument, and using it in live performances always makes for a stunner of a show. Never would I have imagined a Supreme-branded iteration of the instrument would appear, let alone that it would add even the slightest element of understatement to its impact. But seeing its sleek white design complete with carry case is irresistible."

George Ocampo

"This jacket has what I like to call 'buffalo-wing drip.' The extra sauce: reflective print to keep the fire ’fit pics coming all night. Flex on, gang."

Shane Gormley

"As a registered Daft Club member since 2001, when I first saw the leak of this graphic on Instagram, I got really excited. At first, I thought it could be part of a greater Daft Punk collaboration, and although it unfortunately looks like this will not be the case, my fingers are still firmly crossed. Even if it's just a stand-alone sub-reference piece and this is the closest we ever get to Daft Punk x Supreme, the graphic is beautiful and a nod to one of the greatest dance records ever made. Definite cop."

Lia McGarrigle

"I’ve recently developed an intense fear of flying, which really takes the fun out of cheap European flights. But I imagine things will go a lot smoother if I had Supreme's NYC-themed pillbox holding my anti-anxiety meds."

Fabian Gorsler

"I’ve got to go with the black motion logo varsity jacket, just because it’s one of the more muted designs (at least from the front), and red text on a black background always bangs. Honorable shoutout to the bicycle — I might cop just to see how long it takes to get stolen in Berlin."

Heather Snowden

“I mostly wear black to be honest, so I can’t really see myself in any of Supreme’s bold AF FW18 prints. But the digital scales I’m here for. Maybe I can get the Virgin Mary throw and hyper-’90s blow-up chairs to go with them and create the most decked-out hideaway to hibernate in during Berlin’s savage winter.”

Adam Barnard

"Despite the artist’s latest collaboration going against his '1/1' Instagram byline, Chito by Sancheeto has made his rough-and-ready aesthetic available to the masses — a smart move by all accounts. Covering a number of staple pieces such as caps and classically fashioned varsity jackets, FW18’s defining Sancheeto piece has to be the taped parka in teal. Not only does the color pop, but it does the back’s oversized dog print a great service.

"And in case you were after something a little more exclusive and don’t mind paying a pretty penny for the pleasure, be sure to roll through the artist’s Grailed account, or reminisce over some of his more defining one-of-one pieces via his Instagram profile here."

Now, here are nine references you might have missed in Supreme’s FW18 collection.

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