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. ⁣

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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.

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