On Sunday afternoon, Supreme took to Instagram with a video of Public Enemy’s Chuck D in a box logo tee (the telltale sign that a collaboration is on the horizon) talking about the social climate that inspired the legendary rap group’s work. The collaboration’s lookbook and product images—which is a three-way partnership between Supreme, Public Enemy and Jun Takahashi’s Undercover—was released this morning.

While you'll expect to find the usual Supreme fair (plenty of tees, a chain, sweaters and hoodies), standout pieces from the collection include an all-over print parka, a pair of all-over print, 3-eye Dr. Martens and a Fear Of A Black Planet rug. The vast majority of the pieces from the collection either feature Public Enemy’s iconic album cover art or their equally recognizable crosshairs logo. A portion of the proceeds from the collection will be donated to the ACLU.

While this is the first time the three have all worked together, this is not the first time that Supreme has worked with either of these entities. Supreme has partnered with Undercover multiple times in recent years, and tapped Public Enemy as a partner back in 2006.

Take a peek at the collaboration lookbook and the full product run above to see what’s hitting stores this week. The collection will be available in Supreme’s US, European and online stores on March 15th and in Japan on March 17th. Be sure to check Grailed shortly after 11 am to get your hands on all the highlights.

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