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Supreme x Nike FW18 Is Workwear On Steroids


Supreme has officially collaborated with Nike for Fall/Winter 2018. The collection sees a number of warmer and weighty offerings catered to the colder temperatures. Most notably, the collection features a reversible vest that was constructed from both nylon and sherpa.

The range also includes cotton twill overalls and work jackets, flannel hoodies, crewnecks sweatshirts, and sweats. Donning the legendary swoosh logo, the Supreme x Nike release even goes to include accessories like diamond-cut 14K gold earrings!

Fans of Supreme’s past collaborations with the sportswear giant are most likely going to add at least one piece to their collection, as the range takes on quite a different approach — deviating from a vintage sportswear aesthetic to a more workwear-focused drop. The collection is set to release online and in the NY, LA, London, and Paris stores on September 27. Japan will see a later release on September 29.

Check out the collection above and in other style news, Michael B. Jordan is the new ambassador for Coach. 


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