Well, to start things off, all of these brands portray excellent design communication. On that note, they also create exceptionally good quality product in a consistent manner - this is also intertwined with their design communication. Furthermore, these brands aren't afraid to make bold statements by introducing (or resurfacing) patterns, fabrics or collaborating with a diverse range of people, all while still staying true to their identiy. Above that, from what I understand (which is not much), they have great business skills and strategies. As cliche as it may seem, Supreme appears to have their business model down to a science. They always appear to have demand slightly higher than supply (everyones goal). What is their secret to overall success? likely various factors (some which cannot be learned or controlled).
Also wondering about this. For paintings also. Supreme used one for the Red Riding Hood tee and just slapped their name on it. Wonder if they had 'ok' to do so.I'm sure this has been covered but what are the legalities behind putting celebrity images on clothing?