Supreme has just unveiled it’s collection for Spring/Summer 2018, and boy, is it a big one. With around two hundred pieces, the collection is one of the biggest the streetwear imprint has ever released. It’s also one of the most varied too, with pieces made from a vast range of materials in a multitude of different colours sporting a slew of patterns. Check out Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection below!

Supreme have always killed the sweat game, and for SS18, this is certainly no different. Hypebeasts everywhere will be happy to find a number of bold graphics and prints such as the skull pile graphic on a hooded sweater and the Martin Luther King piece, as well as a provocative “Illegal business controls America” hoodie. Moreover, the consistent Champion collaboration items return in both a classic large print and collegiate-inspired sweater.

In the tee department, Supreme has gone for a fairly minimalistic aesthetic, as opposed to an abundance of all-over prints or loud graphics. The previously previewed necklace box graphic can be found here, as well as a larger box image of jellyfish with surrounding Supreme typography which will entice those looking for a more intricate design. This season’s ironic prints also come in the form of a fried chicken dinner meal.

Bright motifs and prints adorn Supreme’s SS18 tops, making them suitable for the warmer months ahead. Zip shirts, hockey jerseys, and baseball tops all make an appearance in a wide array of options, while the imprint also tapped the estate of Richard Estes for a print on a top, as well as a button-down shirt.

Supreme’s SS18 jacket offering is beyond diverse. From leather to denim jackets, to faux fur coats and suiting options, there’s truly something for everyone in the jacket department. Additionally, the aforementioned skull pile motif makes an appearance here, as well as a Hellraiser trench and a yellow gradient puffer.

Supreme’s headwear is on point this season. The range sees the classic camp caps along with crusher options in different prints and motifs. Interesting pieces include the tie dye crusher and glossy 5-panels, as well as the side zip crushers. We are also presented with a Cordura version of the classic box logo 5-panel to wrap things up.

Supreme is no stranger to branded accessories, but every once in a while, the skateboard shop and clothing label founded by James Jebbia drops some pretty strange stuff, and Spring/Summer 2018 is certainly no different, with the highlight of the season being the Stern-produced pinball machine. For the outdoor lovers: Advanced Elements has produced a 7-foot 10-inch Packlite Kayak with oversized logo overlays, O’Brien commissioned a certified life vest for the daring, and a matching axe and sheath for log fires.

Look out for the Supreme Spring/Summer 2018 collection to release on February 15th at Supreme’s NY, LA, and European locations, while Japan should see an February 17th release. Supreme’s online store is expected to release the items on February 22nd. Let us know what your favourite pieces are in the comments section below, and make sure to check out our list of the strangest Supreme accessories every made!