My Top 5 Picks From the Supreme Fall/Winter 16 Drop

Another bold release from the NYC streetwear supremos.

Supreme dropped their highly anticipated fall/winter ’16 line a few days ago, receiving a mixed reaction. We’ve got a new bogo, this time on an arctic-camo hoodie (which is sure to sell out), we’ve got some classic skate silhouettes and we’ve been treated to some notoriously Supreme styles, ‘Let’s Fuck!’ tee’s being just one example.

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However it’s the less bold pieces that I like from this seasons’ drops the most, as per usual. I’m a fan of the understated designs they occasionally pull out the bag – this year is a slight exception as they’ve created some less garish pieces, but not many. Here’s my top 5 favourite pieces from the drop:

Jacket

This year Supreme have pulled it out the bag with the outerwear, and the understated jacket with back branding is just the right mix of cool & casual and brand identity. It’s not in-your-face, but you still know it’s Supreme. After all, it’s the branding and the heritage which makes it’s pieces so individual and sort after.

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My 4 other favourites shown above are all for good reason. I love the shirt; it’s bright shoulders and collar mixed with the badges and bang-on-trend bottle green shade is, yet again, the perfect mix making it ‘just enough’; or easy to be worn by anyone.

The two sweaters are you’re alternatives to bogo’s – these aren’t going down into the archives in the same way, but they sure will be loved pieces. The big-block sweater (that’s what I’ll call it) is great for winter – it’s got an almost classic Christmas vibe about it which I love. The small-block sweater (yeah, I’m sticking with it) is more easily worn, possibly more of a fall item, and definitely one to rock. I’m in love with both.

That’s all I plan to pick up when (or soon after) the London store opens on the 18th (all stores but Tokyo open then). What intrigued me most from Supreme’s drop was the B&O portable speaker. This is going to be in the ballpark of £300-350, given Supreme and B&Os names, the price of the device standard and that Supreme often mark their accessories and trinkets quite high. I don’t think I’ll buy it, but for the die-hard ‘preme fans, this is going straight into the shelving unit – along with that brick, flood lamp and noodle bowl they’re dropping!

So there we have it, my favourite pieces. What are yours? Drop a comment below!

 

Thanks,

 

Eric.

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