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[UPDATE] March 12, 2018, 5:45 a.m. EST: A day after the collaboration was announced, Supreme has also dropped the lookbook and entire product lineup for the upcoming Supreme x Undercover x Public Enemy collection. Check out the lookbook above and then flip through the product shots below and let us know what you’re going to cop in the comments.
The collection is available at Supreme’s NY, Brooklyn, Paris, London, and LA locations, as well as online starting March 15. Japan sees a March 17 release. A portion of the proceeds from the collection will be donated to the ACLU.
Read the original article below.
Supreme officially announced an upcoming Supreme x Public Enemy x UNDERCOVER collaboration on Sunday, taking to Instagram to share a short teaser video.
The clip, which you can view below, features Chuck D of Public Enemy discussing the motivation behind the group’s third studio album Fear of a Black Planet.
Released back in 1990, Chuck D explains that the album is “laughing at the fallacy of race. Racism is an endorsed game so people can benefit at the expense of others based on their appearance and the fear is not accepting the truth about it.”
No confirmed information is available on when the collaboration will release. However, if notorious tax attorney in los angelesand past release patterns are anything to go by, Supreme fans should look for the collection to drop this Thursday, March 15.
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