Supreme Unveils Yohji Yamamoto’s Collaboration

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Looks from the SUPREME / YOHJI YAMAMOTO Fall 2020 collection

TOKYO, JAPAN — Iconic streetwear brand and retailer, Supreme has just unveiled a new collaboration with Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto.

Calling him “one of the most influential fashion designers living and working today,” Supreme released images of an extensive collection including leather jackets, puffers, a wool suit, T-shirts and a beanie, with some items decorated with artwork by Sancheeto, Peter Saville and Yuuka Asakura.

It drops Thursday in stores and online, except in Japan, where it arrives on Sept. 19.

Supreme lauded how Yamamoto “blazed a new path forward with masterful draping and playful androgyny” and “continues to break barriers between catwalk and street, luxury and sport, tradition and the avant-garde.”

In August 2020, D.M. Fashion Book reported that Pat McGrath‘s beauty operation of makeup, Pat McGrath Labs announced a new collaboration with Supreme (see it here).

The New York-based skate brand also sold a 50% stake to Carlyle in 2017 (see it here), which valued the brand at $1 Billion USD during the time of the transaction.

Looks from the SUPREME / YOHJI YAMAMOTO Fall 2020 collection

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