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Supreme Fall–Winter 2010



—01. Supreme FW10 lookbook featuring Jason Dill.


Supreme have just unveiled a solid selection of new items for fall and continue to deliver both the expected and unexpected in equal measure. An interesting variety of fleece and woven goods sit alongside a selection of wool and leather outerwear in a collection that takes cues from New York culture, workwear and classic athletic apparel. These items are brought to life in a beautifully shot and simply styled lookbook featuring Jason Dill. Overall, it's a typically well rounded collection, but I particularly like some of the Varsity inspired pieces and the double knee work pants.


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Supreme Book



—01. Now available at Supreme, $68.


As soon as I read about this book coming out it became a must have. There aren’t many brands that have shaped our culture and market place like Supreme. Even growing up out on the West Coast of Canada, Supreme always had a legendary feel and aspect through the bits that could be found at twentyfour or Richard Kidd. Then being able to visit NY, LA and Tokyo in recent years – it was always high on the list. The brand is unique in many ways but the foundation of New York set the tone and allowed the boiling pot to bring influence from all over and channel them into something special. Rather than take photos of all of the pages, I would recommend picking up a copy for yourself.



Plain & Simple: Supreme Oxfords



—01. Red oxford.
—02. Yellow oxford.
—03. Blue oxford.


While Supreme’s collection has been in full swing through their own shops and their stall at Dover Street Market, some of the overseas shops like The Glade have just received and posted some images of their edited buys. I suppose it might also be due to the fact that not every shop is able to post images online. That said, some of the best things Supreme make are their most simple, iconic and classic. Camp caps, baseball jackets, chinos and BD shirts are always among my favorites. If you weren’t into the trimly cut Thom Browne collaborations, the standard Supreme oxfords come in a nice selection of colors including a great looking red. The silhouette is nice, the collars are a good size if you don’t need to sport any neck-wear and the detailing is well considered.

The Glade

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