Although Ben Davis is known for their workwear garments, the San Francisco-based company has also made a name for itself in the streetwear community. Their products were mostly worn by construction workers because of their sturdiness and high quality, before becoming popular with the West Coast youth in the 90s. The Davis family’s impact on garment manufacturing traces back to before the founding of Ben Davis in 1935. Ben’s grandfather, Jacob Davis, patented the riveted work pant in the late 1800s and mass produced the first ever blue jeans with his fabric supplier and partner, Levi Strauss.
Following last week’s Nike SB collab, Supreme has connected with Ben Davis for a collection of unique workwear garments with vibrant color blocking. The collaboration takes on classic workwear silhouettes such as the chore coat, work shirt and pants, overalls and dresses them in green, pink, and orange colorways. The collection also includes an assortment of beanies in six colorways that match the color blocking of the rest of the collection.
The Ben Davis x Supreme collection will hit Supreme stores and online this Thursday, September 12th at 11AM ET/10AM CT. Check out the collection below.