Supreme Reboots Favorite Collabs and Gets Political in FW17

Supreme Reboots Favorite Collabs and Gets Political in FW17

Better start lining up now.

Better start lining up now.

Styling: Justin Ragolia

Is it just us, or does it seem like an eternity between Supreme lookbooks? I mean it's only been the usual half-year since SS17, but there's something about going to their dead site week after week in hopes of a spontaneous drop (to no avail) that can make even the most dedicated stan lose his mind. Even if you're not a fan of the streetwear giant, a new lookbook means a new set of oddball desk ornaments and accessories, which have always been certifiably entertaining to check out.

Regardless of which side you're on. FW17 is here, and includes a healthy mix of tried-and-true Supreme staples like wild paisley patterning, tons of camo, and luxe, eye-catching outerwear. Expect a return of some of their more sought-after collabs too: Schott, Playboy, Champion, Mark Gonzales, and Andres Serrano are back.

They're also doubling down on their willingness to offer political commentary this season. Some of the new pieces are anything but shy, with "I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO SHIT" lettering appearing throughout the new collection, and even harsher wording showing up on their new leather keychains.

Highlights from the preview look like a luxe Schott faux fur peacoat, plaid flannel zip-up shirts, a rain-proof shell jacket with taped seams, a hockey jersey with SCARFACE patchwork lettering from shoulder to hip, patterned velvet trucker jackets, Playboy bunny rugby shirts, Andres Serrano's psychedelic "blood and semen" patterned knits, racing-inspired pit crew jackets, plush leopard print carryalls, and most of all, the Supreme x Vanson leather bones jacket, with racing patchwork and a stitched ribcage across the front.

Obviously, though, it wouldn't be a Supreme season preview without some crazy home accessories and other outlandishly random bits of gear for us to ogle at. For FW17, this means branded beard clippers, chopsticks, satin boxing robes, a collapsible shovel, sake set, a Fender Stratocaster complete with custom case, strap, and picks, and probably the most ludicrous desk ornament they've made to date: the cash paperweight, made of 100-dollar banknotes wrapped in Supreme bands and encased in plexiglass. Touché.

The collection releases in Supreme stores this Thursday, August 17th, and online next Thursday, August 24th. Check out the full lookbook here.

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