Y2K has been dominating the catwalks of fashion month, and its prominence in culture does not leave out streetwear. In their latest collaboration, everyone’s favourite 2000s denim brand, True Religion, have linked up with Supreme for a collection dropping on the 30th. The collection calls upon signature Y2K silhouettes as well as designs, featuring baggy, low-slung jean fits and contrast stitching.
A set of 4 matching jacket and cargo trouser pairs come in pink, black, indigo denim and camo, which can be worn together or mixed-and-matched. The collaboration is perhaps surprising after True Religion has only recently resurrected, after filing for bankruptcy in April 2020. However, a slew of Gen-Z focused collaborations has spurred the brand back into the mainstream.
Other pieces include a custom 6-panel cap, enshrined with both the Supreme logo and rhinestones. You can cop these all in the same colourway as the two piece jacket and trousers sets. For the upcoming winter months, the collection also sports a beanie, along with a purple distressed zip-up hoodie.
Reactions to the collab so far have been varied, from praise to outright confusion, but with the similar resurgence of y2k mavericks Ed Hardy and Von Dutch, it won’t be long before the collection’s popularity takes hold.