On Monday, Supreme dropped its Spring/Summer 2019 lookbook and as per usual its seasonal offering is stacked with variety, from graphic prints and bold colorways to wild accessories — this year the drum kit takes the top spot for most wtf.

On Reddit, fans highlighted items like S hoodie, GORE-TEX jacket and King of New York homage tee as the collection standouts, while also dubbing the Hot Wheels toy as the must-cop item of SS19. Highsnobiety staff, however, beg to differ.

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

Aaron Toumazou

"After copping the Supreme kitchen scales last season, I've become hellbent on creating an all-Supreme kitchen countertop. This will keep me going until the Supreme x Nespresso collaboration of my dreams."

Jian DeLeon

"Summer weddings are coming up and you know I have to do it to 'em."

Sydney Gore

"Living in NYC means coming to terms with the fact that every step you take is in filth and there's little you can do to avoid it. My apartment is a fortress of solitude so as soon as I unlock my front door I kick off my shoes and switch into slippers to avoid spreading germs from the outside world. The Supreme x Frette cotton terry cloth slippers look cozy AF and will be the perfect addition to my homebody lifestyle. Hopefully, they won't get too dirty if I manage to cop a white pair..."

Chris Danforth

"First, I want everyone to know I did succeed in copping my choice for the best FW18 Supreme item, the Steiff bear.

My favorite FW19 item is probably this GORE-TEX jacket, mostly because it’s super practical, and I’ll get way more use out of it than a stuffed teddy bear. I love that Supreme and GORE-TEX are working together, and their collaborative pieces always catch my eye every season. This colorway is simple enough to be a daily wear."

Fabian Gorsler

Anyone who knows me knows I love a good statement piece. The Grand Prix parka is exactly that. I love the graphic Supreme has chosen and the washed, almost vintage effect the parka has. Honorable mention goes out to the Floral Silk track jacket (in green), and the pinstripe varsity jacket.

Sanzhar Toxanbayev

The item that I want the most is the Supreme x New Era fitted cap worn by Funkmaster Flex in Supreme’s Instagram video, as this item will forever be associated with the call for the fight against the 'fakes.'

“The originators will always continue to stand, always continue to move forward," declared Flex, and I am here for that.

Max Grobe

“The porcelain figure of Cupid spearing a human heart in a Supreme box logo tee is equal parts kitsch and romantically abject. I relate to it conceptually and it would look good in my apartment. Also, it’s hand-painted!"

Heather Snowden

"The turquoise jacket could be a look for spring — I love a bit of crushed velvet, especially when it delivers a mid-’00s vibe like this one does. Alternatively, I’ll take the crown-shaped air freshener because it's totally unnecessary, completely ridiculous, and I want to know what hype smells like."

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