Later this week, Supreme will be following the release of its Mortal Kombat arcade cabinet with a new selection of T-shirts. The holiday assortment consists of nine different styles, each adorned with graphic embellishments.

Supreme's Winter 2020 T-shirt collection is led by the Mariah Carey Tee, which features the artwork associated with the singer-songwriter's beloved holiday album, Merry Christmas, as well as a special note from Carey to Supreme. Each year, her fan-favorite holiday jam, "All I Want for Christmas Is You," reappears atop the charts.

Other standouts from Supreme's forthcoming T-shirt capsule include the Cross Box Logo Tee with its dual box logos, the Bear Tee, and the Classics Tee featuring Supreme branding in gold cursive. Additionally, the Koyaanisqatsi Tee is a nod to Godfrey Reggio's 1980s film of the same name, which delves into humanity's departure from nature.

Supreme's new holiday T-shirts will be available beginning December 17 in the United States and December 19 in Japan.

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