The skateboard shop and clothing label founded by James Jebbia is no stranger to high heat collaborations, but this one in particular has caught our eye. First teaming up back in 2016, Supreme has tapped legendary Japanese label UNDERCOVER and Public Enemy for a massive collab. Channeling UNDERCOVER’s esoteric influences, the capsule sees heavy use of album cover art from the rap group’s third studio album Fear of a Black Planet.
A number of key items include all over print outerwear and hoodies and a collaborative pair of Dr Martens. It’s also worth mentioning that a large portion of proceeds from sales will be donated to the American Civil Liberties Union. Look for the Supreme x UNDERCOVER x Public Enemy Spring/Summer 2018 collection to drop in stores at New York, Los Angeles, London, and Paris and online on March 15th, whilst Japan will see a later release date of March 17th.
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