About a month ago we were privy to early knowledge of Supreme's Spring/Summer 2015 collaboration with Japanese streetwear brand UNDERCOVER, and now we get a first look at the collection thanks to SENSE magazine. Modeled by professional skater and Supreme regular Jason Dill, the offerings feature textual graphics based around the Sex Pistols' 1977 song “Anarchy in the U.K.” From what we can tell, the collection is composed of a Schott NYC bike jacket, a trench coat, a button-up shirt, graphic tees, an allover print pullover and shorts, bondage pants, and a customized Ubear pillow. The standout print from early previews, the pullover and shorts feature artwork from Nicolas de Largillière's Study of Hands.

Priced between ¥7,000 JPY to ¥100,000 JPY, the Supreme x UNDERCOVER Spring/Summer 2015 collection will be available at select stockists in the coming weeks.

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