Supreme "Rogue State" Tee Year: Unreleased After slacking with the posts for a while, I decided to drop two extremely rare items on the page tonight. First things first, I'd like to think @theogsupremenyccouture for once again coming through with photos for the page; always very much appreciated since it helps document the history of Supreme and gives you guys a look at some possibly never before
Thanks again to @rosswilson_07 and @highsnobiety for picking the brains of myself and others in the community about the recent news regarding The Carlyle Group. Link is on my story so go check it out and drop some comments on the article.
Supreme Box Logo Tee Year: 1994 A big thank you to @glazesneakers / @glazerous for coming through with pictures of this one because I've been looking to add it to the page for forever. Whether you're a person who follows Supreme closely or from afar you certainly know the hype that surrounds a Supreme box logo tee but it stops being hype and becomes more historical when it's the first officially r
Supreme / Molodkin Box Logo Tee Sample Year: Unreleased First off, let's thank @archivedbykyle for coming through with pictures for the page once again. So shortly after the release of the Molodkin tees the printing company that printed the Supreme shirts were in the middle of switching locations and in an effort to make the moving process faster they decided to have a sample where they sold boxes
One released. One didn't. Both rare. Turn those notifications on.
Supreme "Venus" Tee Year: 2017 When I first caught a glimpse at the "Venus" tee in the preview for the Fall / Winter 2017 season my first thought was, "Hmm, simple enough" and casually passed by it with no additional thoughts on this item. But a few nights ago as I was doing my nightly routine of checking Depop, Grailed, Facebook Groups, and what not when I stumbled upon the inspiration behind the
Y'all fucking with it? - Edit: Also, y'all think this could be referencing the "Marble" box logo tees since they were released almost exactly 20 years ago?
Haven't done this in a while. Just don't suggest shit I've already covered. Thanks.
If you have yet to peep my last post, then do it. Gives you multiple ways to win an assortment of items - including a Nas photo tee.
🔥 GIVEAWAY 🔥 We have teamed up w/ @thexcellar @globalkicksva @preme_n_things & @suprememuseum on a giveaway to give back to the Supreme community. - RULES: 1. Like this pic 2. Follow @thexcellar @globalkicksva @preme_n_things & @suprememuseum 3. Tag at least 3 active friends in the comments section 4. Enter 4 more times by doing steps 1-3 on @thexcellar @globalkicksva @preme_n_things & @suprememus
Supreme "Ballet" Tee Year: 2014 I find this release quite interesting simply because of what "inspired" the graphic on this t-shirt. As I continue to point out through many posts, a large portion of Supreme's graphic tees are heavily inspired by music of all genres. The "Ballet" tee from 2014 that you see pictured above is no different. The feet of the Ballerina was taken from the cover of a 1979
Supreme / Ruff Ryders Tee Year: 2014 By now, it's no secret that Supreme loves to use the love of music as the inspiration behind pieces they release and it is even more clear that when given the opportunity to collaborate on a release with the people whom Supreme are fans of they jump at the opportunity to do so. So back in 2014 Supreme teamed up with the legendary record label Ruff Ryders to pre
Supreme "DNA" Tee Year: 2017 After a year and a half of running this page I've come to realize that a lot of Supreme's items take some extensive digging in order to find what inspired certain pieces. But sometimes the inspiration happens to just fall in your lap when you least expect it, which is exactly what happened with the "DNA" tee released earlier this season. As I was casually scrolling thr
RIP to "The Raging Bull" Jake LaMotta.
Supreme / Bruce Lee Deck Year: 2013 Looking at Supreme's releases over the years you can make sense of why Supreme would collaborate with who they choose; often times it has to do with the movies, music, and artists that they are fans of or grew up around. When the Bruce Lee collaboration was announced it sort of caught people off guard because, well, how many clothing brands do full collections w
Supreme / Dead Kennedys "Nazi Punks Fuck Off" Longsleeve Year: 2014 For nearly as long as the brand has been around, Supreme has always drawn inspiration from their love of music. Sometimes that love of music goes past just referencing the music and leads to them actually collaborating with the artist, group, or band. So in 2014 Supreme teamed up with punk rock band Dead Kennedy's to release a col
Soooo.. it turns out that @uspostalservice hasn't picked up any orders from my office and they're just now notifying me of this. These will all be sent back out Monday and if you need tracking, please shoot me a message. Sorry for this mishap and USPS, we need to have a talk. For those of you whose orders were dropped off personally, you should have those by now.
Supreme / Nike SB Delta Force 3/4 Year: 2004 The two long time collaborators in Supreme and Nike came together back in 2004 to release three pairs of the now defunct Delta Force shoe model. When the two powerhouses of their respective niches join forces for a release it's almost always a hit with the fans and coveted for years to come. But for some reason, whether it be the model or the color styl
Opinions? Personally, I want all of them.
Supreme / Stone Island Heat Reflective Cap Year: 2016 A collaboration that has sort of become a brand staple over the past few years, the Supreme and Stone Island partnership has produced some very high quality garments since 2014. Just a year ago Supreme connected with them ago for a collection that included an array of items such as crewnecks and tracksuits but the items that immediately had ev
Supreme Varsity Jacket Year: 2007 If you follow the behind the scenes rumblings or the lore from within the brand then you would know that it's said that the jacket that you see pictured above was pulled from shelves soon after the release due to the patches on the jacket sharing some "resemblances" to the logos of certain colleges and with this being a varsity jacket it features schools that have
Supreme / Nike Air Force 1 High Year: 2014 Year after year, Supreme and Nike team up to bring us new footwear but often times when Supreme gives us a first look, there's some backlash from the fans for the product not being what was expected. In recent years this has been something that has occurred during multiple releases including the Jordan V, the Air Max, and even the Air Force 1's that are p
Supreme "Grand Prix" Keychain Year: 2016 If the design of the keychain pictured above looks familiar, then you've either seen it from the original source which would be the Ferrari logo or you recognize it from Supreme's "GT" tee that they released back in 2013.
Man, did @eatlikeyoureondeathrow__ kill this or what? Just super creative as always. Thanks so much!
Just like last year, I'll be doing another Fantasy Football Tournament. ONLY 12 Spots, $10 Buy In, and Winner takes $120. So if you're interested, shoot me a message and I'll get your info.
All copies of the "Supreme Museum Vol. 1" Standard have been shipped out. Sorry for the lack of updates, been super busy with these orders!
Supreme / Everlast Boxing Gloves Year: 2008 Never one to shy away from a fight, Supreme has long been known for their odd collaborations when it comes to releasing their accessories each season. So almost a decade before the punching bag was announced, Supreme teamed with Everlast on boxing gloves that were available in black, blue, and red. Purchased more as a collectors piece and less as what bo
Supreme "Raging Bull" Tee Year: 2006 It's no secret that Supreme has never shied away from using movies as the inspiration behind their pieces. There's also no secret judging from past releases and collaborations that those at Supreme have a huge love for boxing. This specific release involves an image of professional boxer "The Raging Bull" Jake LaMotta.
Supreme “Everlast” Tee Year: 2008 10 years after Supreme released the first iteration of their "Everlast" logo flip, they came back in 2008 to release the graphic in crewneck. The brand most known for their boxing equipment, Everlast was founded way back in 1910 in Bronx, New York by Jacob Golomb. So once again, Supreme sticks to its New York roots and pays homage in the only way they know how.
So with the Nas tee officially released today, what's your favorite photo tee that Supreme has released?
So, what y'all cop? And if you have a Nas tee and would like to hook me up hit the dm.
Supreme "Atelier" Pullover Year: 2012 As most of you all already know, Supreme loves to reference all things from music and movies to high end and low end clothing companies but always done in a way to prominently feature their own branding of course. So in 2012, Supreme released the "Atelier" Pullover that is pictured above which appears to be a flip of the Hermes logo.
Supreme "Eclipse" Sunglasses Year: 2017 First things first - no, you can not look at the eclipse with these sunglasses. Released just last season (SS 17), the "Eclipse" frames that you see above were released in a variety of colorways that included the usual white and black pairs. Released alongside these were also pairs of the Royce, Palladium, Comet, and Alton frames.
Supreme “Sunrise” Tee Year: 2012 A lot of people say that this specific tee was based off of the 1968 film “2001: A Space Odyssey”, and while the person behind original design may be have taken inspiration from movie, the design that was printed on the tee was based off of a general stock image that has been used for desktop wallpapers, books covers, album covers, websites, and many other things i
Supreme / Molodkin Box Logo Tee Year: 2004 Many years back Supreme teamed up with Russian conceptual artist Andrei Molodkin for a collaboration that included the box logo tee that you see pictured above. Molodkin used his signature pen-style to illustrate the box logo for this rare collectors piece.
Supreme "99" Tee Year: 1999 Often regarded as the "99" or "Boombox" tee, the t-shirt pictured above is one that you don't see too often nowadays due to how long ago that it was released. When Supreme was just in their fifth year of operation in 1999 it would have been hard to foresee that they would become the cultural powerhouse that they are today so not many people were buying and collecting; m
GIVEAWAY TIME 🎁 (Supreme Cash Cannon) Follow these 3 easy steps to participate! . . 1. ⇨ Follow @clockhype and @suprememuseum on Instagram 2. ⇨ Repost this photo on your IG story or on your instagram account and tag @suprememuseum and @clockhype ! 3. ⇨ Tag three friends below this post. . Giveaway will end on 24th 🍀
Just added mystery bags in all sizes to the website. If your size isn't listed, they've already sold out. All orders ship Monday. Link in bio > store.
Official details will be released in the morning, but there will be a giveaway for a Supreme Cash Cannon. Instructions on how to enter will be released tomorrow.