Savalas’s top five Supreme collaborations
6 August 2017
Supreme has always been an exclusive and in-demand brand. Founded in 1994 by James Jebbia, it catered specifically for skateboarding, however over recent years its became more of a ‘fashion’ brand with celebrities such as Kim Kardashian wearing their clothing. Supreme is well known for their collaborations with other fashion houses creating limited edition pieces that are always high in-demand. Here is a list of our top 5 collaborations. 1. Supreme X Louis Vuitton The most recent collaboration was with luxury fashion house, Louis Vuitton. The collection contained pieces such as phone cases, hoodies, bomber jackets, backpacks and even a skateboard costing £52,158 ($68,500). The colour red was a running theme combining the iconic Louis Vuitton logo with Supreme’s notorious box logo. The collection was extremely exclusive, only being available in specific pop-up stores. 2. Supreme X Jordan The collaboration with Jordan Brand was one of the highest profile collaborations Supreme have released. With Air Jordan V trainers, snapback caps, varsity jackets etc. the collection was a massive success. 3. Supreme X Comme des Garcons One of the stand-out pieces from the Comme des Garcons collaboration were the t-shirts. Taking the classic supreme box logo and customizing it to incorporate both brands styles, made for a simplistic and unique design. 4. Supreme X Levi’s Levi’s denim jackets have always been a classic, and the collaboration between Levi’s and Supreme added an urban twist to the iconic jacket. Made from Moleskin the jackets came in several designs from a simple burgundy style to an extravagant zebra print. 5. Supreme X Champion The Supreme X Champion hooded sweatshirt combined the best of both brands. With both the Supreme and Champion logo being front and centre of the hoodie, as well as the small champion logo being on the sleeve, it created an authentic sporty vibe, perfect for anyone’s street style outfit. The hoodie was available in white, pink, black, blue and grey, each with contrasting typography.