You can now rock a similar kind of hypebeast drip as King in Tekken 3.
Streetwear brand Supreme recently teamed up with Japanese fashion company Yohji Yamamoto for a must-cop collection for FGC fans.
The Supreme Tekken collaboration features original artwork from the legendary fighting game franchise, putting a twist on the series’ retro lettering and logo design.
Supreme Tekken collaboration brings fans back to the days of Tekken 2
While the addition of Tekken may seem out of the blue for the two fashion brands, the collection does a fantastic job of highlighting the franchise’s unique aesthetic.
The collection’s bomber jacket showcases the main character of the Tekken 2 game, Kazuya Mishima, in his devil form, as well as his counterpart Angel on the back print.
Supreme also gives you the perfect fall outfit with King and Kunimitsu sweaters. Both brands adopt a retro, pixel typeface, with Supreme written on the left sleeve and Yohji Yamamoto on the back.
But the best piece in the collaboration has to be the button-up character select shirt, which displays all 25 characters from Tekken 2. The back is also adorned with Supreme’s name in Japanese lettering in a blue-flame design similar to Jin Kazama’s pants.
Aside from the original artwork designs, the two brands put their own spin on Tekken’s iconic logos. The mash-up logos feature layers of Japanese and English words, with Supreme standing out in gold block font. The basic tee logo mimics the electric aesthetic of Tekken 4’s logo by incorporating a neon blue stroke to Yohji’s cursive logo.
The Supreme Tekken collection will be available on the official website on September 22, and will also launch in Japan and select Yohji Yamamoto online stores on September 24.