​supreme team up with cult japanese label sasquatchfabrix

Get ready to make room in your wardrobe.

by Tish Weinstock
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13 April 2016, 10:55am

Another day, another dreamy Supreme collaboration. Following on from its most recent collab with Black Sabbath, the streetwear giant has now teamed up with über cool Japanese clothing brand, SASQUATCHfabrix, for spring 16. Consisting of Hanten coats and shirts, chino pants, Hakam shorts, short sleeve tees, slip-on shoes, a bell hat and a folding fan, the capsule collection fuses together Supreme's contemporary sportswear cool with Sasquatchfabrix's updated mix of Japanese heritage.

Set up in 2003, by Daisuke Yokoyama, SASQUATCHfabrix has built up a cult reputation around the globe for its nuanced blending of Japanese cultural heritage with contemporary Western styles, in order to create something truly modern. Pairing up with Supreme, therefore, is a match made in streetwear heaven. You can get you paws on the collection both in-store and online from 14 April.

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