Two Rare Supreme x GOODENOUGH Tees From 2007 Surface
A collaboration with the streetwear giant and Hiroshi Fujiwara’s early label.
Released on the Japanese market back in 2007, Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s longstanding label GOODENOUGH collaborated with Supreme to create a pair of limited tees. The label, which was started in 1990 by Fujiwara, undoubtedly kickstarted his fashion career and earned him the title as the “Godfather of Streetwear” that we recognize him as today.
Now, a near-perfect rendition of the tops in both black and white have been posted to Instagram. The graphics on the back simply include the text of the two brands in block lettering running together, distinguishable by reflective 3M details. The tees also bear tags by GOODENOUGH, not from Supreme, as we often see in recent collaborations. While these aren’t for sale, if auctioned off as a set, the condition and rarity of both would warrant a pretty hefty price tag.
In recent news, Artcurial recently sold a bevy of Supreme grails at its C.R.E.A.M. auction which also included some early T-shirts.