The latest Supreme 2016 collection sold out just days after its launch date, with devoted fans of the streetwear brand grabbing whatever they could.
The spring collection was designed in collaboration with Anti-Hero, another sought-after skateboard clothing company. The collection makes the intermingling of influences clear, with products featuring large versions of both logos. Included in the series are colored pants, tees, crew necks, button ups and hoodies, with the iconic Supreme brand written and the eagle logo from Anti-Hero strategically placed throughout each piece. One graphic design imagines the Pope and trash metal band Slayer going on tour together this summer -- available on both t-shirts and crew necks.
As Complex magazine reports, the Supreme 2016 collaborative collection sold out completely in a matter of minutes, going to show how dedicated its fans are.
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