New York City-based skate culture apparel company Supreme has teamed up with thrash titans SLAYER for an extensive clothing line. As a follow-up to Supreme's BLACK SABBATH partnership, SLAYER is the inspiration behind Supreme's new M-65 jacket, coach jacket, sweater, waffle thermal, hooded sweatshirt, crewneck, sweatpants, four graphic T-shirts and a 5-panel hat.
As always, the drop will be available online and in-store in New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris starting November 10, while Japanese availability begins two days later on November 12.
A video posted on Supreme's Instagram account features clips of the band's previous mosh-pit-fueled shows. The scenes are juxtaposed with the band and frontman Tom Araya donning a rare black box logo tee. "So much aggression, so much pleasure, so much blood," a voiceover says.
Supreme is known for its high-profile, and sometimes surprising, collaborations with musicians.
In the past, Supreme has also partnered with artists like Neil Young and Morrissey, although the latter quickly distanced himself from the brand.
For more information, visit SupremeNewYork.com.
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