To mark a year since the release of its book, Coveteur: Private Spaces, Personal Style, Coveteur has given a glimpse inside the closet of Angelo Baque – the long-term brand director of Supreme who left his position back in 2016. The images show Baque’s large selection of records and an extensive collection of retro Morrissey memorabilia, as well as vintage Nikes and a classic Supreme poster of the late Prodigy.
Accompanying the images is text which explains the process of arranging the shoot, stating, “The man isn’t exactly the most visible — he prides subtlety and mystery; he’s also just extremely busy,” as well as the experience of working with Baque.
The book also describes Baque’s clothing choices, including a collection of vintage T-shirts and ’80s Polo Ralph Lauren, as well as straight-leg denim and OG loafers. “Despite his obvious mastery of the streetwear market, his personal style is decidedly more of the old school.”
For a full look at the shoot and accompanying article, head over to the Coveteur website.
When you’re done, check out what happened when the publication caught up with Virgil Abloh earlier this year.