Shortly after teasing its new collaboration with legendary French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier, Supreme has delivered another sneak peek at the collection, modeled by Lourdes Leon, Madonna’s daughter.
Given Gaultier’s history with the Queen of Pop, the designer having made the costumes for her 1990 “Blond Ambition” tour (including the pointy bras), Lourdes’ involvement makes sense.
On why his style fits Supreme, Gaultier told Vogue, “I have been including elements of sportswear in my collections from the very beginning. It has been one of my codes and my obsessions. I even developed a line, Junior Gaultier, at the end of the 1980s [with that focus]. With Supreme, this inspiration will find its way to a new generation.”
The Lourdes shot recalls Gaultier’s “Fight Racism” collection, albeit updated on the pants print here to read “Fuck Racism.”
Gaultier is renowned for his gender-fluid, avant-garde, headline-grabbing fashion. And as you can see in the first looks, the Supreme x Gaultier garms are set to be super-colorful.
So far, they include a blue and red checkered mohair coat, a bright yellow graphic suit, and those red “Fuck Racism” pants (if you look closely at the first teaser, the yellow pants feature the same graphic). The capsule also looks like it will feature at least one dope accessory, too: a belt co-branded with Gaultier’s signature typography.
The collection will reportedly drop on April 11.
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