I've been collecting Supreme for two years. What first got me is that red box logo — it's bright, striking, and the typeface is iconic. The clothing is expensive, limited, and designed with patterns and materials you simply can't get anywhere else. There's just one store in NYC, LA, and London, and six in Japan. Many of the pieces I've attempted to buy online each week sold out before I could finish entering my credit card info. Supreme is definitely a hyped brand, but it allows me to go wild with self-expression — remember, it's the clothes that make the man.
Supreme's limited-edition runs have put its clothing and accessories in high demand season after season, and this winter, it's continuing to put out the most outlandish and bold patterns on everything from jackets to keychains.
Winter for Supreme is what you might expect: coats, sweatshirts, hats, pants, and accessories. But it's Supreme, so crazy, eye-catching patterns printed on unorthodox materials are, well, normal. But what exactly constitutes as eye-catching and unorthodox? Take a look:
Box Logo Pullover
This thing is ugly, but it'll definitely sell out. Ever since Tyler, the Creator came onto the scene wearing Supreme in his videos and on stage, anything with a box logo is heavily sought after.
This pair of pants speaks for itself. The amount of swag you'll posses when wearing these will make you trip and fall.
A sweater chock-full of cherries is perfect for your next holiday party, hiding in a row of slot machines in Atlantic City, or going on a first date.
M16 Bottle Opener
This makes sense. But only for Supreme.
Supreme's online shop will re-open its virtual doors on August 28th, and its physical shops a week prior.