Following their Spring 2022 collaboration, Supreme and Dickies have joined forces once again to reveal a Fall 2022 collection.
The collaboration focuses on incorporating corduroy into the Dickies’ iconic workwear styles to create relaxed fits that do not sacrifice comfort or mobility. The collection is led by a full corduroy Eisenhower jacket with Dickies’ logo on one side and Supreme’s logo on the other. The jacket is offered in blue, white, brown or black colourways, and is accompanied by a matching set of Double Knee Work Pants.
The collection includes overalls made with the same corduroy fabric, in which Dickies’ logo is featured in the middle. Pullover knit sweaters are also included in the collection alongside 5-panel caps and beanies, each featuring the branding of both companies. The entire collection will be available in the same four colourways as the jacket.
The Supreme x Dickies Fall 2022 Collection is set for a global launch on October 27, aside from Japan, where it will launch on October 29.
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