Supreme x True Religion Collab II: Back to the 90s

Get ready grail fans!

FASHION 30/11/2022
Yaseen Dockrat

After a successful surprise collaboration in the Fall of last year, collab king Supreme has once again linked up with True Religion for another collection. The first collab became so successful that streetwear aficionados everywhere were raking up pieces from the drop. Now we expect the second to follow suit.

Supreme x True Religion

The latest introduces various interpretations of denim silhouettes from the ’90s baggy hoodie aesthetic. True Religion’s famous Denim Trucker Jacket is rendered here as an oversized hooded bomber, complete with a Supreme cowboy patch on the front, as well as branding on the hood. Branding includes True Religion’s iconic lucky horseshoe on the arm. The hoodie comes in three colourways – red, black, and cream, and is constructed with GORE-TEX instead of denim, to protect from the harsher elements of the autumn and winter seasons.

Supreme x True Religion

While the jacket is crafted from GORE-TEX the pair have kept True Religion’s signature stitching. All the jackets are paired with matching pants which feature a denim structure. Keeping almost every part of the body insulated from the cold, the collection also features trapper hat accessories that arrive in the same three colourways and is crafted from the same materials as the jackets. Let’s be honest, a Supreme collab wouldn’t be complete without hats.

Supreme x True Religion

The pair have recreated the co-branded hoodies from their last collaboration, rendering the streetwear staple in ombre-style colours in maroon, dusty blue, black, brown, and turquoise. The hoodie’s come complete with the True Religions horseshoe logo stitched just above the Supreme logo, on the front left chest and back. The collection is finished off with matching sweatpants for those who want to go full kit in the collection this winter.

Supreme x True Religion

True Religion was founded in 2022, and almost instantly became known in the industry for its signature denim and apparel that was defined by its five-needle thread. Collaborating here with Supreme, an already established streetwear brand, the two come together to deliver the ultimate streetwear collaboration, while paying homage to Supreme’s streetwear status and True Religions denim heritage.

The collection will see a global release via Supreme’s website on December 1 in the US, and December 3 in Japan.

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