After the synthetic fur collection in collab with The North Face FW20, Supreme shows us that it still has some tricks hidden up its sleeve for this winter season. One of these is, for example, the launch of the new Winter Tees, a fixed appointment for several years, but which lately has been reserving many surprises. And here is that among the nine t-shirt models, the New York brand offers us an unexpected print dedicated to the singer and queen of Christmas, Mariah Carey. The T-shirt design features the singer’s iconic Christmas album cover.
Among the releases, there is also the Cross Box Logo, which appears on hooded sweatshirts and is now ready to land on short-sleeved shirts. There are also the indispensable and original irreverent graphics to which the James Jebbia brand has accustomed us. One example is “Koyaanisqatsi“, based on Godfrey Reggio’s 1982 experimental film focusing on the word Hopi which means “life out of balance“.
The Supreme T-Shirts will see a global release tomorrow, December 17, online at 12 pm, with selected pieces. While on December 19 they will be available in Japan.
Recently, for the uninitiated, Supreme NYC has won a major legal battle in Europe. Because unlike the United States, the New York brand unfortunately was not registered as a brand in the European continent. But now after two years, Supreme has obtained the registration of its trademark in Europe, at the European Union Intellectual Property Office.