Supreme Looks Back to Its History With ‘30 Years: T-Shirts 1994-2024’

Featuring three volume sold as a set.

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After a retro-coded capsule drop with Nike, Supreme now reveals a special three-volume book set that looks back on its T-shirt archives from the year 1994 to now. Aptly titled 30 Years: T-Shirts 1994-2024, each volume is dedicated to a different time and period, providing an introspective look into every T-Shirt that the New York imprint has released throughout its 30-year history.

T-shirts, notably the short-sleeve kind, have served an imperative and fundamental role in shaping the Supreme brand. Some of the very first offerings that were produced and sold at Supreme’s Lafayette Street store in 1994 were T-shirts. Since then, the streetwear brand has become an indispensable name in the streetwear realm, producing a plethora of highly-hyped pieces both on its own or in collaboration with other notable names.

All three monograph catalog volumes will be sold together in a crisp white slipcase, adorned with Supreme’s iconic red box logo. The logo is reiterated and divided into three parts on the spin of the books, forming the complete logo only when all parts of the books are displayed side-by-side together.

The 30 Years: T-Shirts 1994-2024 book collection will see a global release via the Supreme’s webstore on April 25. From April 27 onwards, it will be officially launched in the Asia region.

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