Brand: Hellraiser x Supreme

Season: SS18

Key Pieces: The all-over print Hellraiser x Supreme trench coat featuring a recurring Pinhead graphic in black and white is perfect for an occasion in which you feel the need to intimidate those around you: With this coat you won’t ever need a Halloween costume again.

Release Date: Available in-store NY, Brooklyn, LA, London, Paris at 11 a.m. local time and online at 11 a.m. GMT and EST today, April 26. Japan will see an April 28 release.

Buy: Supreme

Editor’s Notes: For week 10 of its SS18 collection, Supreme partnered with Hellraiser, the 1987 British horror film based on a short novel by Clive Barker. In a super-rare turn of events, a select number of outerwear pieces including hats, T-shirts, and shorts are still available to cop four days on. Additionally, the newly released rayon shirts, suits, and corduroy jackets can be picked up in a selection of sizes.

The Hellraiser x Supreme collection features imagery from the series and consists of a trench coat, BDU shirt, sweater, football jersey, skate pant, mesh short, two hooded sweatshirts, two short-sleeve T-shirts, a beanie, keychain, and a skateboard.

For the uninitiated, Hellraiser follows the story of Frank Cotton, who seeks to access a realm of carnal pleasures by solving a mysterious puzzle box. Of course, things go south and the puzzle box instead summons sadomasochistic creatures called Cenobites and their leader, Pinhead.

The film’s unique (at the time) blend of gore and eroticism won over the audience and set the tone for horror films to come. Since its release, Hellraiser has expanded into a franchise spanning ten films. Pinhead is undoubtedly the face of the series, which is why his frightening countenance can be seen on most of the pieces.

Flip through the campaign images above and then take a look at each of the pieces below.

What do you think of the collection? What would you still like to cop? Also, have you seen the movie? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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