This product is Supreme’s first and only collaboration with an Italian-Retro inspired sportswear. Young simply didn’t share the same genre of music as any other Supreme music artist partners. This collaboration was the first and longest-standing sneaker collaboration of Supreme. Supreme “Necklace” Tee Year: 2018 As we continue to break down the upcoming Spring / Summer ‘18 season, this next item didn’t seem to take long for people to find the inspiration behind the graphic. Supreme / Kermit The Frog Photo Tee Year: 2008 When Jim Henson created the Muppets, he probably envisioned many different things. This item is not eligible for any discount or promotion. These products are available in five color options. In 2008, Supreme celebrated the 10th anniversary of their first ever Japanese store. So many people turned up to the NYC drop, which also featured a fresh pair of Nike Foamposites to match, that the event had to be shut down by the police. Before focusing on his own brand, Russ Karablin, founder of the clothing line SSUR-Plus, spent his time in Supreme as a graphic designer. Supreme / Shawn Mortensen Longsleeve Year: 2005 Much like the Ralph Bakshi, Martha Cooper, and Charlie Ahearn collaborations, the Shawn Mortensen collection also utilized longsleeve tees in order to make the image bigger and to bring all of the focus to the imagery instead of just plastering a small graphic in the center of the t-shirt like many previous artist collaborations. It was subtly seen in a tribute to the Sopranos, who wore FILA’s Tracksuit headbands. Colored in Fuchsia, the cap has a floral design encased in a tile shape scattered throughout the whole cap. A lot of the success enjoyed by the brand stems from Supreme’s obsession with artists and counterculture figures. In fact, it surprised most if not all Supreme aficionados. Another simple yet remarkable collaboration product of Supreme was designed by American actor, musician, and director David Lynch. Like any other collaboration on this list, this one is also a Japanese partnership. Champion’s collaboration with Supreme is a success. A pack of American cheese over a camo shirt — how is it that Supreme is able to make that simple and random idea look so cool? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Zapatista is a member or supporter of a Mexican revolutionary force working for social and agrarian reforms, which launched a popular uprising in the state of Chiapas in 1994. The first Supreme and Stone Island collaboration was launched in 2014. Working yet again with a New Yorker, Supreme transformed original products into their Supreme versions. 20 Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein’s work takes great inspiration from comic strips, and so when he collaborated with Supreme, his source of inspiration was reflected in the collaboration products. Later, after almost a decade, both worked together again. Their collaboration gave birth to a collection of Supreme and Timberland hooded sweatshirts and beanies. Bakshi’s work with this Supreme collaboration was inspired by the film “Coonskin”. It read “Life’s a bitch then you die!” Although it was a shock for many, most people actually liked the design. Sadly, just a few years later, Shawn Mortensen would die from health complications after battling a long illness. Supreme "Born Alone Die Alone" Tee Year: 2010 It's very obvious that the inspiration was strong with this one. In addition, he is also one of the guys behind the crazy Supreme editorials you see in obscure Japanese magazines like “COOL TRANS”, which made many fall in love with Supreme even more. Supreme celebrated the work of the artist in 2007 with this t-shirt that looks like it should be the cover of a Doggystyle B-Sides collection called In The Dogg Den. **FINAL SALE ON ALL "PREMIUM" BRANDS *Supreme/Bape/Nike/Jordan/ETC**, This item is not eligible for any discount or promotion. Supreme’s collaboration with Mark Gonzales was filled with poetic words.