The past decade witnessed a huge shift in fashion. Streetwear has become luxury, and the iconic brand Supreme, once lo-fi apparel essential and now a hyped sensation famous for its strange put-a-brand-on-it-all products showcased in many high fashion editorials, became exactly that.
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Supreme (Vol 2) published by Phaidon – Special Supreme Edition. 11/21/2019. This Fall, Supreme will release its second hardcover monograph, published by Phaidon. Following the first monograph, published in 2010, the book documents the brand’s visual history from 2010-2018, including products, collaborations and cultural documentation. The book also includes a poem by Harmony Korine and essay by Carlo McCormick, and features projects with David Sims, Nobuyoshi Araki, Kate Moss and Dash Snow, among others. The 351-page book also features a product index of T-Shirts and select Lookbook imagery from Supreme’s archives. The Supreme edition of the book comes in a slip case and includes a poster and sticker. This edition will be available exclusively in Supreme stores and online on November 21st. Available in Japan on November 23rd.
Available exclusively in Supreme stores from November 21, inside a Supreme-branded slipcase, along with stickers and a poster, SUPREME (VOL 2), published by Phaidon, features collaborations, products, and cultural moments spanning from 2010 to 2018 and fulfills its 2010 Volume 1. Included within are a poem by Harmony Korine, an essay by cultural critic Carlo McCormick, and projects with David Sims, Nobuyoshi Araki, Kate Moss and Dash Snow, and more.