With Supreme set to fling open the doors to its new Milan store on May 6, the brand has now given us a look at the inner workings of the space. Nestled in the heart of the city’s San Marco neighborhood, the store features floor-to-ceiling windows that show off its special decor — which includes sculptures from longtime Supreme family member Mark Gonzales and familiar bullet hole prints from Nate Lowman, the artist responsible for the bullet-riddled box logo tee that released in 2012 to celebrate the opening of Supreme’s Shibuya outpost.
Apart from the sculptures in the front of the store and the decorations on the walls, the store relagetes its shelves and racks to either side, leaving the center largely open. A large silver structure with more of Lowman’s bullet holes faces the street, and a large television plus the store’s deck selection hang on the patterned wall behind the counter. This marks Supreme’s first retail location since Supreme San Francisco opened in October 2019 and Supreme Brooklyn opened in October 2017. Though both of those outposts’ opening was accompanied by a special box logo tee — black and orange for San Francisco, white with camo for Brooklyn — details on a Milan box logo have yet to be announced.
Supreme Milan is located at Corso Garibaldi, 20, 20121 Milano MI, Italy. It’ll be open 11 A.M.-7:30 P.M. Monday/Saturday and 12 P.M.-6 P.M. Sundays.
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