supreme collaborates with iconic japanese photographer nobuyoshi araki
After shooting Kiko Mizuhara for the first i-D Japan cover, the erotic photographer again teams up with the actress — this time, for a campaign debuting his new Supreme collaboration.
Supreme's latest collaborator is the iconic Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki. The man behind some of the most stylish erotica around teams up again with Kiko Mizuhara, who he shot for the first ever cover of i-D Japan.
Focusing not on his regular subject matter — naked women tied up in kinbaku rope bondage (though Kiki is tied up in the campaign) — Araki's Supreme collaboration features original works of his flower photography. Hoodies and short sleeve T-shirts have a rose prints; long sleeve tees have an orchid. Both are shot close up, as is Araki's signature.
The campaign was also shot by Araki and has been compiled into a super collectible zine. The collab will be in store in London, Paris, NY and LA on November 3, and in Japan on November 5.
Text Charlotte Gush