The authoritative apparel brand Supreme, Japanese fashion imprint UNDERCOVER and Chuck D, the frontman from the dissident ‘90s hip-hop group Public Enemy, have teamed up for a new streetwear collection.
The streetwear collection takes Public Enemy’s iconic, anti-establishment ‘b boy in crosshairs’ logo along with the busy and colorful artwork from the groups 1990 album ‘Fear of a Black Planet’ for a nostalgic, loud and political fashion collection. An album that aims to “laugh at the fallacy of race,” as put by Chuck D in a video produced by Supreme, ‘The Fear of a Black Planet’ is a seminal 20-track recording that gave us tracks such as ‘Brothers Gonna Work It Out’ and ‘Fight The Power’.
Hitting Supreme stores in LA, New York, London and Paris in the spring/summer of 2018, the collection includes outerwear, hoodies, t-shirts, vests, pants, coin purses, gold chains, a special collaboration with Dr. Martens and a full ‘Fear of The Black Planet’ rug.
Check out pictures of the collection below.
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