SUPREME COLLABS: Who did it best?

With Supreme’s latest collab with Lacoste dropping Thursday, the Underground took a look at three of the most historic collaborations. Which one was the most dope? Let us know, @theUGuk on twitter – hit us uppppppp.


This collaboration was one of the most hyped to date. From camouflage to bright orange, Supreme x TNF really made an impact.

The two brands have worked together numerous times but their late 2016 drop was next level. The camouflage leaf pattern, partnered with matching trousers really made a statement while the orange can be spotted from anywhere.



The two box logos, both with white text and black backgrounds, stand emboldened on the pieces, increasing the demand for the release.

The Supreme x TNF included a Nuptse Jacket, Mountain Light Jacket, Nuptse Pant, Nuptse Bootie, Pocono Backpack, Apex Duffel Bag and Roo II Lumbar Pack.


These two giants have met numerous times before and their Air Max collab was just one of many special releases by the brands.

The drop in April 2016, Supreme x Nike revealed four colourways – red, white, navy, black and snakeskin – and all of them sold out immediately.

The co-branding on the shoe, the Nike tick on the side and the Supreme bubble towards the front make the collab instantly noticeable.



This collab is one of many stars that the iconic brand have linked up with. Morrissey and Mike Tyson have also starred on Supreme’s t-shirts but none quite compare to the Kermit the frog collaboration.

The puppet, pictured wearing the brand’s box logo t-shirt, was inspired by Terry Richardson, who took the photos for the shirt.

Supreme released a t-shirt with Kermit on the front while also marketed a skate deck with the Muppets superstar on.



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