As part of an ongoing partnership, Supreme and Thrasher have come together once more, gracing us with a new collection for SS17.

Bombers, crew necks, hoodies, sweatpants and tees make up the range, boasting contrasting colours in pop art-inspired pieces.

Graphic prints are splashed across the collection, with slogans like ‘Skate and Destroy’. An alternative design features a comic strip panel, featuring a woman and the quote, “Oh God! Why can’t my boyfriend skate?” 

It’s a little tongue-in-cheek, as the statement may or may not be referencing the prevalence of Thrasher merch in mainstream culture. Last year, Thrasher editor Jake Phelps called out A-list celebs for wearing the magazine’s merch, despite not being involved in the skating scene.

We can only wish the physical collection was coming to Australia, but you may be able to nab a piece online from June 8.

supreme.com.au

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