UPDATE (August 18, 2019): Supreme has just added a new update for its Fall/Winter 2019 line. This time around, the NYC streetwear brand uploaded a video on IG created by Ben Solomon of an Indian snake charming wearing a white box logo tee. This could signify that more bogos will be released for the upcoming season, possibly in other colors. Additionally, in the video below, you don’t only see the charmer making the snakes dance but he also has the slithering reptiles on his head. Stay tuned with us as we get more info on potential box logo releases from Supreme.
UPDATE (August 10, 2019): Supreme has unveiled the first teaser from its upcoming Fall/Winter 2019 collection.
This season sees the brand rework an image commonly referencing The Smith’s seminal Meat is Murder album cover, which was sourced from 1968 documentary In the Year of the Pig by Emile de Antonio. The cover features a vintage image of a soldier out in the field, with typography on his helmet highlighted. The image uses “Supreme is love.” in place of “Meat is Murder” in the text found previously on The Smiths cover, which originally stated “Make Love Not War” in the Antonio documentary. The graphic is printed all over atop a rugged denim jacket’s back side.
While there’s no firm release date as of yet, the IG post refers to the collection as coming soon.
In other news, Palace revealed its lookbook for Autumn 2019.