Supreme unveils Public Enemy collab
Supreme has announced its latest collaboration with both legendary American hip hop group Public Enemy and Japanese label Undercover. The collection draws from Fear of a Black Planet, Public Enemy's third studio album.
The Spring/Summer 2018 collection features a full range of tees, hoodies and puffer jackets. Original artwork is used including Public Enemy's "Fight the Power" and "Blow Your Mind" graphics.
The full collection includes printed puffer vests and jackets, denim jackets, printed pullover sweaters, printed polo shirts and hoodies. Graphics tees in short and long sleeve, utility pants, fleece pants, shoes by Dr. Martens and home and accessories round out the line.
Supreme notes that the band's album was selected for preservation by the Library of Congress in 2005. The cult streetwear label explains, "The record contains potent criticisms of white supremacy and the news media, while exploring organization and empowerment within the black community."
Supreme adds that the record remains "urgent, ambitious and disruptive." To support the movement, Supreme is donating a portion of its proceeds from the collection to the ACLU.
Supreme x Undercover x Public Enemy launches March 15th in stores in LA, Brooklyn, NY, London, Paris and online. It launches March 17th in Japan.
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