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October 19, 2022
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Supreme And Duck Down Records Serve Up A Fall 2022 Collaboration

Traditional News
3 min read

Supreme And Duck Down Records Serve Up A Fall 2022 Collaboration

October 19, 2022
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By
Adam Cheung
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With original artwork from Black Moon and Smif-N-Wessun.

Supreme x Duck Down Records Fall 2022 Collection

After teaming up with The North Face and Yohji Yamamoto earlier this season, Supreme has now tapped Duck Down Records for a full Fall 2022 collection. An independent hip-hop label based in New York City, it was founded by Drew "Dru-Ha" Friedman and Kenyatta "Buckshot" Blake in 1995. Originally established as a management company, it developed the careers of musical icons such as Buckshot's group Black Moon and duo Smif-N-Wessun. The success of both their debut albums, Enta da Stage and Dah Shinin’, helped Duck Down Records land a distribution deal with Priority Records, ushering in a new era for digital music in the 2000s.

For Fall 2022, Supreme worked closely with Duck Down Records on concise capsule of apparel. Comprising of four hoodies, T-shirts in two different styles, and a selection of beanies, these all come in black, beige, red, and white color schemes and come with original artwork from Enta da Stage and Dah Shinin’ in printed graphics and embroidered forms. The highlight of the collection has got to be the "Enta da Stage" Tee with "Buck 'Em Down" written around the back. To celebrate the collaboration, Sup and DDR have also put together the "Heads Ain’t Redee" playlist which can be found on Spotify.

The Supreme x Duck Down Records Fall 2022 Collection will release at Supreme (US/EU) on October 20th, 2022, and October 22nd, 2022 in Japan. Let us know what you think of this collaboration, and for the latest and greatest sneaker and streetwear news and releases, make sure you keep it locked to our Twitter and Mobile App to stay up to date!

Images via Supreme

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With original artwork from Black Moon and Smif-N-Wessun.

Supreme x Duck Down Records Fall 2022 Collection

After teaming up with The North Face and Yohji Yamamoto earlier this season, Supreme has now tapped Duck Down Records for a full Fall 2022 collection. An independent hip-hop label based in New York City, it was founded by Drew "Dru-Ha" Friedman and Kenyatta "Buckshot" Blake in 1995. Originally established as a management company, it developed the careers of musical icons such as Buckshot's group Black Moon and duo Smif-N-Wessun. The success of both their debut albums, Enta da Stage and Dah Shinin’, helped Duck Down Records land a distribution deal with Priority Records, ushering in a new era for digital music in the 2000s.

For Fall 2022, Supreme worked closely with Duck Down Records on concise capsule of apparel. Comprising of four hoodies, T-shirts in two different styles, and a selection of beanies, these all come in black, beige, red, and white color schemes and come with original artwork from Enta da Stage and Dah Shinin’ in printed graphics and embroidered forms. The highlight of the collection has got to be the "Enta da Stage" Tee with "Buck 'Em Down" written around the back. To celebrate the collaboration, Sup and DDR have also put together the "Heads Ain’t Redee" playlist which can be found on Spotify.

The Supreme x Duck Down Records Fall 2022 Collection will release at Supreme (US/EU) on October 20th, 2022, and October 22nd, 2022 in Japan. Let us know what you think of this collaboration, and for the latest and greatest sneaker and streetwear news and releases, make sure you keep it locked to our Twitter and Mobile App to stay up to date!

Images via Supreme

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