Blondey McCoy Is Selling Vintage Supreme and Palace for Charity
Cop for a good cause.
London-based skater-turned-model-turned-artist Blondey McCoy has announced a pop-up sale of vintage streetwear pieces to raise money for charity. McCoy posted an image to Instagram featuring some of the pieces he plans on selling, including a Palace x adidas Originals bath robe from earlier this year, a Supreme Sherpa Pullover from Fall/Winter 2015, and a Thames x Fred Perry sweatshirt that dropped back in August.
This is the second time that McCoy has raised money for charity through a sale, with the skater also selling some of his archive pieces almost exactly a year ago. McCoy also announced that all of the pieces shown in the image “and so much more” would be sold to raise money for the House of St. Barnabas: “a 155 year old charity devoted to breaking the cycle of homelessness through their employment programme.”
Take a look at the teaser below, and let us know in the comments which pieces you hope to see at the charity sale. In other Blondey-related news, Palace is set to drop the second part of its “Ultimo” collection this week.
A first glance at the goods. All of the above (and so much more) will be sold this weekend at number 70 Berwick Street to raise money for the House of St. Barnabas on Soho Square, a 155 year old charity devoted to breaking the cycle of homelessness through their employment programme. What do you want to see there?