In early 2017, streetwear giant Supreme collaborated with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), New York City’s public transit system, to release a Supreme-branded MetroCard. The fare cards were available at vending machines at select subway stations in Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn, causing a bit of a frenzy across the city. It now appears that Supreme and the MTA are teaming up once again.

Images of an MTA subway train wrapped in Supreme’s famous red box logo have surfaced online. It just so happens that Supreme has begun to tease its Fall/Winter 2021 season, so expect this MTA collab to be part of that roll-out.

Supreme’s official Fall 2021 teaser photo and video features a reflective puffer jacket adorned with a print of a photo taken outside of Supreme’s Lafayette location in 2000. The pants seen in these teasers are from an upcoming Supreme x Dickies collab.

Check out images of the Supreme x MTA subway train below. Expect more information about this collaboration to be revealed in the coming days.

Update: An MTA rep has informed WCBS reporter Vincent Barone that the Supreme-wrapped train will run on the L Line and is planned to roll out this weekend. The L train runs through Manhattan and deep into Brooklyn, making a stop on Bedford Ave a few blocks away from Supreme’s Brooklyn location.

Supreme x MTA MetroCard Spring/Summer 2017:


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