After weeks of teasing, Supreme recently opened its new outpost in San Francisco with the premiere of its latest William Strobeck-directed skate video CANDYLAND and commemorative Box Logo T-shirt. Celebrating its new place in Northern California, the New York skate imprint also held an opening party giving the Bay Area and close friends and family a look at the store. Amongst those in attendance were founder James Jebbia, Jason Dill, Tremaine Emory and more.
Taking in the skate-influenced grandeur, guests explored the Market Street location as local skaters showed off their skills in the large exposed skate bowl at the rear of the industrial space. Additional decoration found inside the space is a selection of Mark Gonzales artwork, which includes evocative graphics plastered on the walls and large format multicolored sculptures placed beside the raw vertical beams.
Take a look inside Supreme’s San Francisco opening party above and check out the line-up for the official opening of the Bay Area location below.
In case you missed it, watch Supreme’s new William Strobeck-directed CANDYLAND skate film now.