you make it sound like supreme is made for everyone. It's a skate shop, that makes clothing for skaters. People who don't skate wear it, which is fine. But it's a skate brand and the collabs are relevant to either that or new York cityI made you guys rage so hard on that post.
Anyway supreme originally is a skate company so yeah.
Yet the owner doesn't skate. Dat paradox. Also, how many of their collabs have nothing to do with skating? Tyson? Kate Moss? Fucking Juelz Santana?
Quoting Tyler the creator off top like that just makes your point that much more moot b/c you look like a fag.
What does juicy j have to do with new york or skating? Or lee scratch perry, or No Limit records, or David Lynch, or Commes Des Garcons, or Visvim, or Pam Grier, or Kate Moss? The brand is also about hip hop culture, fine art, film, music, high fashion, etc. So I don't think all the collabs are relevant to skating or new york. Supreme is a clothing brand, it's meant for people who wear clothes with their aesthetic