Jan 17, 2018 | By Emma Grace Bailey
Supreme is known for its high-profile, and often unexpected, collaborations with musicians; the latest ticks both boxes. Yesterday the New York streetwear brand announced its latest collab with Slayer.
The announcement came via a grainy video directed by Ricky Saiz (Co-Head Designer at Supreme), featuring an inside look at one of the thrash metal bands recent shows with frontman Tom Araya belting out the band’s 1988 tune South of Heaven — in Supreme box logo tee, of course.
The elusive streetwear brand later shared details of the eleven-piece collection, which includes: an M-65 jacket, a coaches jacket, a waffle Thermal, a sweater, a hooded sweatshirt, a crewneck, sweatpants, four graphic tees and a 5-panel hat – all of which are emblazoned with imagery from the bands iconic albums like Seasoned in the Abyss and South of Heaven.
The collab is the latest in a long line of collaborations Supreme have already pushed out this year, including Nobuyoshi Araki, Timberland, Undercover, Anti Hero, North Face, Levis, Nike, Black Sabbath, Aquascutum, Stone Island, and Vans. Check out the imagery below:
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