Supreme’s latest Spring 2020 drop includes their old-school collaboration with British label Barbour plus two fistfuls of other standalone garments, including two shirts that feature artwork from Los Angeles-based artist Mario Ayala.
Ayala has had quite a decade leading up to this moment. His art has been featured at the Hammer Museum in LA, as well as galleries in Europe, New York and more.
“It’s all one thing to me,” Ayala told Juxtapoz about fashion, music and other forms of culture. “But I think it’s always been that way, and maybe it’s just more noticeable now.”
The cult classic brand released the long-awaited collection, including Ayala’s two pieces—the Hourglass and Dog Raglan Long-Sleeve shirts—online May 8; available in Japan May 10.
His partner and artist in her own right, Mia Carucci, took to Instagram to proudly exhibit Ayala’s latest.
In April, Supreme released a limited COVID-19 Relief Box Logo Tee that, of course, ran out pretty quick. 100% of the proceeds from each of the $60 shirts went to HELP USA, an organization fighting homelessness in the United States. Resales, upwards of $500, are still available and most of the proceeds will go to the same cause.