Just in time for next season, Supreme has just unveiled the complete lookbook for the 2019 Fall/Winter season.
After the teaser of the collection dedicated to The Smiths, now Supreme launches the lookbook of its new FW19 collection.
Inspired by South Asia, the incoming range features a selection of Indian motifs as well as combinations and patterns of bold colors, drawing on cultures from across the region. In addition, the pieces also feature illustrations of various Indian divinity such as Krishna and Ganesha.
Prominent items include a “Supreme Team” varsity jacket, bright padded down jackets, a warm sherpa jacket with a paisley print and fleece collar jackets, all designed to keep you warm during the coming winter.
The range also includes vests and trousers with original works of art from the native American Haida tribe of James Hart, as well as pieces in Gore-Tex and Windstopper.
Take a look at the complete lookbook in the gallery above and stay tuned here.
According to rumors the items will be sold online starting from August 29th.
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