A Supreme x Dr. Martens Collab Is Happening So You Can Up Your Street Style Game

by Eliza Florendo
Dr. Martens x Supreme

Is there anything Dr. Martens can't do, aside from making buyers sick of them? The answer is no — and now, a Supreme x Dr. Martens collaboration is on the way, bringing two very different but equally beloved brands together for one killer collaboration that adds a new element to street style.

The collaboration, which is part of Supreme's Fall 2017 collection, comes in three custom versions of Dr. Marten's classic 3-Eye Shoe. You know the one — you've seen the pair everywhere, from city streets to the feet of celebrities. And they're the first part of the collection to be unveiled.

In three colorways, black, green, and burgundy, you have your choice of which color to snag. Near each shoe's eyelet, you'll find a stitched sacred heart on each side. Of course, they've got the classic leather uppers. Simple, classic, and now, playful, this collaboration is for Dr. Martens lovers that want just a little extra detail. And, they're made with the signature AirWear sole, so you're sure to get the same quality as your favorite pair of Dr. Martens.

Dr. Martens made a major hit in the '90s, when iconic characters like Tai from Clueless and Tia and Tamera wore them in Sister, Sister. Oh, and don't forget Clarissa's many looks she paired with them on Clarissa Explains It All. And recently, they've made one big revival, landing on the feet of celebrities like Bella Hadid, Hailey Baldwin, and Gigi Hadid.

It comes as no surprise that Dr. Martens would get some major attention.

Dr. Martens x Supreme

In classic black.

Dr. Martens x Supreme

And in green.

Dr. Martens x Supreme

In burgundy, they definitely add a little pop of color.

This collaboration kept it simple with just three different colorways — and they'll surely sell out, thanks to both brands' love. The price for the shoes has not yet been released, so stay tuned for more announcements in the future.

You can shop the collection from and in-store on Thursday, Aug. 31 at 11 a.m. EST. In Japan, they're being released on Sept. 2. Keep your calendars marked. You won't want to miss this one.