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[caption id="attachment_610" align="alignnone" width="805"]Supreme SS16 Preview source: highsnobriety[/caption] [caption id="attachment_611" align="alignnone" width="803"]Supreme SS16 Preview source: highsnobriety[/caption] New York skate and street wear brand Supreme has unveiled the lookbook for their Spring/Summer 2016 collection―and it's got a little bit of every fashion trend from the last 65 years. Street wear enthusiasts have criticized Supreme’s recent collections as lacking the flare and clout the brand is renowned for, but the newest collection is expected to reestablish its street wear nobility. The SS16 line is the first release by Supreme since Max Vanderwoude Gross took over as design director, a fresh influence plain to see in the collection. Supreme SS16 Preview Supreme SS16 Preview Some highlights are Mondrian-inspired color blocking, snakeskin, and camo― vivid colors paired with bold patterns. The line hints at a few decade specific trends updated for 2016 (i.e. 80s bucket hats and windbreakers; 50s bowling shirts, leopard print and black and white checkered shirts; 60s camo; 90s basketball jerseys), and consists of mostly outerwear and wovens, from a reversible bomber to a long double-breasted trench. The collection is scheduled to release for purchase in Supreme’s retail locations in London, Los Angeles and New York City February 18 and in Tokyo February 20. The collection will be available online on February 25. By Bridgette Anderson & Ana Oliviera


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