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Supreme x Levi's Releases The Pinstripe Denim Jacket You Never Knew You Needed

Good luck getting your hands on one, though.
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Don't let the queues of quasi-roadmen teens fool you: Supreme can cater to ages north of 15. But if you remain unconvinced, take note of the most recent collab with denim juggernaut Levi's. 

As the latest in a long line of hook-ups, Supreme x Levi's has previewed a brand new collection just in time for spring, and it may well be the best one yet.  


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Levi's signature trucker jacket has been given a pinstriped rejig in a choice of three colorways: black or blue for the classicists, and hot pink for those looking to graduate beyond softer millennial tones.

Simply throw together with a white T-shirt and jeans of a quieter shade, and you've scored yourself a memorable and extremely 2018 outfit. 

So wearing it is easy. Getting your hands on one is another story, though. As with all things Supreme, the collection is set to sell out in minutes. Should you fancy your chances however, the collection is released in-store in London and online on 24 May. Good luck.

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

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