Supreme, Sasquatchfabrix Team Up For Collaborative Collection

“Established in 2003 by Daisuke Yokoyama, Sasquatchfabrix was inspired by the melding of Western culture with traditional Japanese culture that happened as a result of World War II. Their belief that clothing reflects the social condition of the scenes of the times has created a specific aesthetic that has made Sasquatchfabrix a leading figure of Tokyo fashion.”

That is how Supreme describe Sasquatchfabrix and it is very true. They produce functional clothing that doubles up as hugely stylish piece of clothing with an obvious Japanese influence. That brand DNA is easy to see in this collaboration; just take a look at the shirt and coat to see it.

The collection consists of a Hanten Coat, Hanten Shirt, Chino Pant, Hakama Short, Long Sleeve T-Shirt, Short Sleeve T-Shirt, a Slip On Shoe, Crane Crusher and Folding Fan. Made exclusively for Supreme.

The collection will be made available in-store in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris and online on April 14. It will be availableĀ in Japan on April 16.

See the whole collection below:

Jacob Montgomery

Jacob is a student at University of Bristol and likes to write about current streetwear news.


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