Supreme Drop

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Supreme Drop
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By Junior reporter Sean Marino

This week’s Supreme drop will be one to remember. Although Supreme usually outdoes themselves, this one really does it. The drop includes a collaboration of Supreme, the brand UNDERCOVER, and the music group Public Enemy. Their collaboration has pieces ranging from shoes to parkas. It focuses on Public Enemy’s third studio album, Fear of a Black Planet, featuring all original artwork.

The pieces in the collaboration include a work jacket, a parka, a puffy jacket with removable sleeves, two sweaters, a rayon shirt, skate pants, work pants, sweatpants, two hooded sweatshirts, a long sleeve tee, three short sleeve tees, Dr. Martens shoes, a medallion pouch, a 14K gold pendant, and a rug.

“I think it’s pretty nice, definitely not the best collab Supreme has ever done but obviously not their worst. Like the hoodie is really nice. It’s not just a little design or anything, like it’s all over the hoodie which is pretty rare, so that’s cool” Junior Ethan Reres says.

When asked if they would purchase anything “Definitely not. Supreme is way too expensive and overpriced. It’s like $200 for one hoodie, so no thanks.” Junior Ethan Reres said

The original artwork is most recognized by their terrordome logo and “Public Enemy” written over on top of each other.

Although not the greatest collab, the tee shirts seem to be a hit.

“See those I might look into. I know they’re a little expensive though, what like 34 or 45 dollars? But yeah the one where it has “Public Enemy” written on the front and “Blow your mind” on the back, like that one was my favorite.” Junior Ethan Reres stated.

The original artwork is most recognized by their terrordome logo and “Public Enemy” written over on top of each other. With so much art and creativity going into the designs, other people’s thoughts and feelings about the collab had to be written down.

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