Just one day after it’s collaborative Nike SB Dunk Low released, Supreme is back with another collaboration. This time around the brand has teamed up with the Parisian label OAMC to release a special product for charity.

Reuniting with former Supreme design director and OAMC creative director Luke Meier, the two brands have come together to release a quilted military jacket liner. Given that the only information about the drop is available via a single Instagram image, it appears the liner is only available in black. The back features branding from Supreme and OAMC, in addition to OAMC’s “PEACEMAKER” text in the Futura font synonymous with Supreme. “The pieces are one-of-a-kind reworked garments with imperfections that give them unique character” Supreme tells Hypebeast.

All profits from the liner will go to Immigrant Families Together, a charity that is committed to the unification of families separated by “zero tolerance” at the border.

The Supreme x OAMC Overdyed Vintage Military Liner will be available Friday, September 6th, exclusively on OAMC.com.

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