Early this morning, Supreme finally unveiled their Spring/Summer 2017 lookbook to as-of-yet mixed reviews. Having previewed a denim jacket screenprinted with cowboy imagery early last week, fans speculated that a Marlboro or Richard Prince collaboration may be in the works. Instead, this season sees a few disparate themes, two of which—a tribute to former president Barack Obama, and one to Mexican revolutionary Emilio Zapata—give a somewhat unexpected nod to the current political climate, though Supreme's opinion on Donald Trump is much more clear and hard-hitting thanks to both "Fuck The President" tees and buttons. 

Other outerwear highlighted in the lookbook include a leather racing jacket collaboration with Vanson and an array of vintage inspired light jackets including German Army-inspired field parka with a “666” patch, a “Supreme Truth” tour jacket, a kung fu shirt one might expect to see Frank Ocean in soon, and a racing inspired “666” printed denim jacket that ties back to the Vanson collaboration.

Along with the lookbook, Supreme, as always, also offered a preview of the full collection which includes a T-shirt featuring Sade, a checkerboard furniture collaboration with Artek, a Coleman mini-bike and a refillable MetroCard that was previewed on their Instagram over the weekend.

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