Supreme and Hysteric Glamour forge a splendid synergy for AW17
The cult Japanese brand collide their provocative aesthetic with streetwear label Supreme.
Supreme and Hysteric Glamour have lifted the ‘fuck you, fuck you’ font/logo from filth-punk purveyor Search & Destroy’s shopping bag. Supreme freaks will be lusting after this limited edition range, no doubt, and in about two days from now you’ll see hypebeasts amassing in front of stores worldwide.
Launched back in 1984 by Tokyo-based creative Nobuhiko Kitamura (you know him as ‘Nobu‘ from the film Lost in Translation) Hysteric Glamour is a label that emphasizes pop, pornography, salacious sloganeering, oddball graphics and vintage-y American silhouettes. The collab features a line of mugs (yawn), and a broad range of ‘fuck you’ prints across T-shirts, parkas, hoodies, work shirts and sweaters.
As usual, it’s dropping this Thursday the 14th, online and in-store in NYC, LA, London and Paris, and Japan on Saturday the 16th. So get there early!
Images via SUPREME x HYSTERIC GLAMOUR
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