The Mezzanine-inspired range is expected to launch tomorrow (17 June).
Supreme has announced a new Massive Attack-inspired clothing range. The capsule collection is inspired by the Bristolian trip hop pioneers’ 1998 Mezzanine LP, with Supreme reworking the beetle graphic from the seminal album’s artwork. The original Mezzanine artwork was designed by Massive Attack’s own Robert Del Naja alongside Tom Hingston. The new drop includes football jerseys, short-sleeve shirts and shorts available in three different colourways: baby blue, black and white.
Last year, the cult US streetwear label announced a new Daniel Johnston-illustrated clothing drop. The collection featured original illustrations from the late musician and artist, including a Supreme variant of his famous Frog of Jeremiah. In 2018, Supreme dropped an Aphex Twin-inspired collection in collaboration with Chris Cunningham.
The new range launches tomorrow (17 June) at 11am (BST). It will be available in store and online. Take a look at the full collection below.