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Supreme is one of the hottest brands on the street these days. That much, we all know. Dropping today, Supreme has teamed with renowned sportswear brand Lacoste for a limited-edition capsule that’s sure to be one of the most sought-after collabs of the season. The Lacoste x Supreme Collection is available now at Lacoste.com.
The line includes sweats, jackets, pullovers, caps, and beanies—as well as one of the coolest bombers we’ve see so far this season, if not EVER (it’s shown above). With Supreme’s street-savvy style and Lacoste’s legendary quality and performance—and of course, its iconic crocodile logo—this Lacoste x Supreme collection is on fire.
But if you want in, you’d best hurry. We had several pieces picked out for this roundup, but had to cut them when we found they were already sold out! This collection just went on sale this morning. So clearly, these items are moving fast. So get over to Lacoste right now and pick up some sweet streetwear that’s court-ready, post-gym optimal, and sidewalk cool.
All Lacoste x Supreme garments feature a SUPREME logo embroidered in various locations, some obvious and others, not so much. And of course, the classic Lacoste crocodile (it’s not an alligator!) is strategically placed somewhere on the garment. All items are unisex, too, so even the ladies can get in on the action.
Be advised Lacoste and Supreme clearly knew this collection was going to go fast. So orders are limited to three items per customer—and multiple customer orders will not be allowed.
So head over to Lacoste and pick up three items in the Lacoste x Supreme limited-edition capsule collection. This be one of the most sought-after lines this autumn on the street, in the gym, or on campus. Bank on it.
This final season of Game of Thrones has had fans all in their feelings for a bevy of reasons (Jon Snow making a series of suspect decisions, b) and while the show doesn’t have an official soundtrack today it’s getting an official song courtesy of the culture.
For the visuals to “Power Is Power,” SZA, The Weeknd and Travis Scott lend their talents to the smash HBO series as they take turns sitting on the coveted iron throne that may or may not end up with Jon Snow as the true king of the seven kingdoms.
Back in the real world Bun B and Statik Selektah link up with Haile and enjoy the calm atmosphere that the ocean provides in their clip to “I Know.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Masta Ace and Marco Polo featuring Pharoahe Monch, The Dirty Church and Tim Hicks, and more.
SZA, THE WEEKND & TRAVIS SCOTT – “POWER IS POWER”
BUN B & STATIK SELEKTAH FT. HAILE SUPREME – “I KNOW”
MASTA ACE & MARCO POLO FT. PHAROAHE MONCH – “THE FIGHT SONG”
THE DIRTY CHURCH & TIM HICKS – “JIM VANCE”
HOODRICH PABLO JUAN FT. SMOOKY MARGIELAA – “CAN’T FALL N LUV”
JACQUEES FT. LIL BABY – “YOUR PEACE”
SNOWGOONS FT. ILL CONSCIOUS, JAY NICE & FREDRO STARR – “GOLDEN ERA”
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Maybe Supreme asked J.R. Smith to get his name popping a bit more? Probably not, but the NBA soup tosser is seen modeling the streetwear brand’s latest NBA, and Nike, collab.
In new photos posted on Instagram, Smith is seen rocking black and white versions a jersey and short combo from Supreme that features all the NBA team logos in an all over design. The number on the back is 94, and there’s a Swoosh right below.
Not saying it’s a particularly fire look, but it will surely sell out in minutes, probably seconds, so holla at your plug A$ AP.
See below, and more flicks, via photographer Ari Marcopoulos on the flip.
The ANME Show wrapped today following two days of product debuts and business networking that took place throughout the show’s expansive exhibition areas at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport hotel. XBIZ.com – Pleasure & Retail
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WASHINGTON—Following decades of debate over the constitutional right to same-sex marriage, the U.S. Supreme Court today handed down a 5-4 ruling in favor of the most buck-wild, balls-to-the-wall gay pride parade this country has ever seen. “After reviewing the constitutional underpinnings of this case, the court finds that it is discriminatory for states to deny the right to the most out-of-control, bonkers gay pride parade that anyone could possibly imagine,” Justice Anthony M. Kennedy wrote in his majority opinion, which outlined at length the elaborate floats, billowing rainbow flags, and phalanxes of outlandishly dressed participants, barely scratching the surface of how completely bananas things are about to get. “This decision confirms what should be obvious: The government cannot prevent a nonstop bacchanal surging through the streets of every American city. We’re talking half-naked lesbians covered in body paint, rollerblading homosexuals in brightly colored Native American headdresses and …
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