Today Supreme made available its Fall/Winter 2015 collection at its New York, Los Angeles and London stores; as per usual, the event was quite the spectacle. Showcased above, we have imagery of just what it was like this morning at the streetwear label's Lafayette Street location, as a slew of hopefuls stood in line in order to have a go at the new seasonal offerings of apparel, headwear and accessories.

The 23-outfit drop is appropriately highlighted by a series of outwear for the colder months, with tonal styles being offered up, as well as a number of layerable options. There is seemingly never a Supreme delivery that doesn't warrant a fair amount of hoopla, and this particular arrival was no different. As you can see, the line in the Big Apple was long, but the event almost looked like it was a fashion showcasing just by the turnout in and of itself. Street style was on display in full effect, with individuals looking to further step up their streetwear arsenal.

For those of you not near one of the aforementioned Supreme shops, you can look forward to the online drop for Fall/Winter 2015 taking place on August 27.

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