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Brand: Supreme x COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT

Season: FW18

Key Pieces: The custom Schott perfecto leather jacket features an all-over white text print and gives us just the right amount of punk vibes. The print is original artwork by Earsnot IRAK. An honorable mention goes out to the box logo hoodie, the bogo of which has been sliced in half. There’s also a Nike AF1, which was rumored months ago.

Release Date: September 13 at Supreme NY, Brooklyn, LA, London, Paris, and online. September 15 in Japan.

Buy: Supreme online and in-store, as well as Dover Street Market London, New York, Ginza, Singapore, and Beijing.

Editor’s Notes: Supreme today announced its latest with COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT.

The collection comprises a wool-blend overcoat, custom Schott Perfecto leather jacket, cotton canvas chore coat, a cotton sweater, two cotton shirts, pants, a hooded sweatshirt, short-sleeve T-shirt, and a pair of Nike Air Force 1 low.

Supreme and COMME  des GARÇONS SHIRT last teamed up on a collection in SS17, the highlight of which was the crumpled box logo. That box logo, like all, has since become a highly sought-after collector’s piece.

The theme of this collection seems to be a sliced graphic. Much like the crumpled look from SS17, both the Supreme and COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT branding has been cut down the middle for a detached look.

The collection is set to release online and in the NY, Brooklyn, LA, London, and Paris stores on September 13. As always, Japan will see a later release on September 15.

In addition to the Supreme stores, this collection will also be available for purchase at Dover Street Market in London, New York, Ginza, Singapore, and Beijing.

The Air Force 1 will release separately in November.

What will you be copping? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Footwear Staff Writer

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