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Supreme’s Collaboration With French Designer Jean Paul Gaultier Includes Vans Footwear

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Supreme has never had a reputation for being predictable with their creative partnerships. A radical collaboration is always a key driver of their seasonal offerings, with names such as Levi’s, Schott, and Louis Vuitton entering the fold of one of the most revolutionary cultural fashion booms in history. Up next for the NYC-bred shop is a thorough collection with Jean Paul Gaultier, the French designer who made a name for himself in the 1970s and jumped to the head of the class with his sartorial contributions beyond the runway to music and film. As part of this massive capsule, Jean Paul Gaultier have welcomed longtime Supreme collaborator Vans for two silhouettes – the Chukka Pro and the Era Pro. Each of these models is decorated in lush florals with two-toned color-blocking that lightly mirrors Gaultier’s penchant for punk and BDSM influences. All four options will be available at Supreme in-store and supremenewyork.com on April 11th, with Japan’s release following on Saturday the 13th.

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