Since its drop for Autumn/Winter 2018 back in August last year, Supreme have quietly but surely been toiling away on its next collection. Along side its latest promotional video, “F**K THE FAKES”, the cult streetwear brand has finally released it Spring/Summer 2019 lookbook. Like its previous drop that was teeming with garish outerwear and bold prints, the warmer season is proving to be just as good.

Unveiling the entire line of SS/19 looks, the large collection boasts a full kit of brand-clad pieces from leather outwear, GORE-TEX and unique knitwear. A focus on outerwear is heavily explored throughout the line of threads – like past collections – with bombers, anoraks, blazers and technical silhouettes all on offer.

A mash-up of ’70s, ’80s and ’90s-inspired designs, Supreme have also emblazoned its pieces with iconic references. Selected jackets and shirts incorporate work from painter Josh Smith, artwork from Salvador Dali’s Persistence of Memory masterpiece and certain looks draw design cues from the Raiders.

The collection will release on February 21 at Supreme locations in New York, Los Angeles and Europe, while Japan should see a February 23 release. Supreme’s online store is expected to drop items on February 25.

Check out the full lookbook below.

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