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Supreme x Emilio Pucci drops uniforms for at-home jetsetters

Tapping archival prints.

words by: Matt Peng
Jun 7, 2021

Not all of us are lucky enough to be traveling again and even fewer of us have the option of flying private. To remedy the jetsetter itch, Supreme has collaborated with Italian luxury label Emilio Pucci. Releasing this week, the collection from the streetwear goliath and luxury connoisseur will attempt to remedy our work from home swag as well as provide viable summer options if we make it onto a beach somewhere.


With each Emilio Pucci piece you can expect fluid movement, comfortable fabrics and his signature outlandish swirls and kaleidoscopic prints – which earned him the nickname of “The Prince of Prints.” Holding nothing back, he’s brought back a few archival joints for this Supreme collection.



Inspired by the Mediterranean, this Spring/Summer 2021 collection includes the 1970 print Fantasia and 1965 print Tulipani. The blocky tile-like Fantasia fabric and abstract floral Tulipani goes perfectly with the selection of clothing chosen.


In terms of the selection of apparel, this collection embodies cozy vibes and it all starts with the Smoking Jackets. Nothing screams jetsetter like a robe and some skin showing. Following that up, we have Sport Jackets, long-sleeve shirts, short-sleeve shirts, hoodies, Sport Pants and sweats. There are also matching sets of soccer jerseys and soccer shorts in the spirit of celebrating the love for the sport.



Undoubtedly, the crème de la crème of the collection will undoubtedly be the special edition Box Logo Tee – which will be a great flip if you can get your hands on it.



As always, we love collaboration collection accessories. Once again playing off the two patterns above, we’re offered a range of sunglasses, 6-Panel caps, belts and even Zippo lighters.



You should all know the deal for Supreme drops – signups open tomorrow for in-store purchase slots via All US and European locations (New York, Brooklyn, LA, SF, Paris, London, Milan) will release this collection on June 10. Japanese outposts will have their drop on June 12. If you aren’t able to hit up stores physically, try your luck on


Supreme definitely switched gears with this summertime collection featuring Emilio Pucci after dropping their second SS21 collaboration with The North Face only two weeks ago.


Photos via Supreme