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The Latest Supreme x Lacoste Collab Will Make Your '90s Style Dreams Come True

Lots of velour, nylon, and of course that signature crocodile.
IMAGE Supreme New York
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The second iteration of the partnership between Supreme and Lacoste has recently dropped, with a co-branded collection of '90s-inspired gear like velour polos, nylon tracksuits, and one particularly standout varsity jacket. Rounding out the offerings are sweats, bags, an array of hats, and even more track jackets and pants (this time in velour). These are guaranteed to sell out immediately.

1| Wool Varsity Jacket


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2| Wool Varsity Jacket


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3| Nylon Anorak With 3M Reflective Pattern


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4| Nylon Track Pant With 3M Reflective Pattern


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5| Velour Half-Zip Track Top


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6| Velour Track Pant


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7| Velour Polo


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8| Hooded Sweatshirt


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9| Crewneck Sweatshirt


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10| Sweat Short


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11| Velour Bucket Hat

 

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12| Camp Cap With 3M Reflective Pattern


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13| Twill 6-Panel Hat


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14| Shoulder Bag


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15| Waist Bag


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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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