Tokyo meets New York, in London.
Following on from the mass appeal of The North Face launch last week, Supreme used this Thursday’s release to drop a collection from a niche partnership on it’s London store.
Supreme has a history of partnering with Japanese brands, having worked with visvim, UNDERCOVER and Toshio Maeda in the past. This time, it was SASQUATCHfabrix that shared their Japanese cultural heritage with the New York skate brand. The 3M ‘S’ logo tracksuit also dropped today, but that was much less interesting than the collaboration with the Japanese brand that describes it’s aesthetic as “High Performance Vandalism”.
We headed down to the launch to check it out for ourselves, and see how London was styling this latest release.
Photos by @alex.ropes