Supreme might have new ownership, but that doesn’t mean it’s slowing down its winning strategy (see: weekly drops and top-tier collabs) anytime soon. Following last week’s drop with VF Corp sister brand Timberland, Supreme’s back with a massive Stone Island collaboration.

While not the same as this season’s Yohji Yamamoto collab, Supreme’s work with Stone Island is as stacked as some of the streetwear label’s best designer collaborations. Tapping into Stone Island’s history in fabric and outerwear innovation, this winter-ready capsule collection is sure to sell out.

The collection begins with the hand-painted shearling jacket, featuring a large collaboration Stone Island compass logo across the back of the jacket and the signature Stone Island compass patch. While its colorways are simple—black or white—this is an introduction to the wilder outerwear to come.

Sure to be some of the most publically photographed pieces from the collection, the painted camo Crinkle down jacket is the most “Stone Island” piece in the collection. Tapping into the brand’s proprietary Crinkle design (effectively, the fabric is treated to look… well, crinkled), Stone Island’s reputation for unique fabric dyeing is embodied by the “oxidized” look of the jackets. Each jacket has a convertible hood that can convert into a face covering. This color treatment is carried through the collection via a pair of nylon cargos, a nylon 6-panel cap and a co-branded buckle-closure shoulder bag.

The other main piece of outerwear is a corduroy jacket, featuring two front cargo pockets and a sleeve patch pocket. Alongside the jacket, the collab also features matching corduroy pants and a corduroy crusher bucket hat. All of these pieces come in black, white and a bright orange.

Beyond the outerwear, the collab naturally features some more pared-down pieces. The collection includes a set of striped hoodies and matching sweatshorts. As for T-shirts, you’ll find a embroidered co-branded T-shirt in four different colorways; black and white are the simple options, but fans of Stone Island’s unique colorwork will likely gravitate towards the two T-shirts bearing a splatter-meets-tie-dye color treatment—offered in a orange or blue.

As for accessories, beyond the aforementioned 6-panel cap, corduroy crusher and shoulder bag, the duo have dropped a balaclava in a glow-in-the-dark knit. The most out-of-place accessory has to be the Baruffaldi Rek googles—which seem more at home in a Spring/Summer collection. Either way, we wouldn’t be surprised if someone pulled these googles out during an especially windy winter day—especially given Stone Island’s relationship with C.P. Company’s signature “Goggle Jacket”.

This collection drops at Supreme online locations on November 19 and arrives in Japan on November 21. Make sure to head over to Grailed following the drop.

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