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Supreme, a streetwear brand that shouldn’t be nearly as popular as it is — for so many reasons — is currently selling a new collaboration it did with a Japanese apparel company you probably never heard of. Earlier on Thursday, there was a crowd of thirsty fans in Soho waiting to scoop up this pricey […]

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Maybe you’ve heard that Supreme’s founder James Jebbia is suing the shit out of ANIMAL pal Leah McSweeney? Leah designed a parody of Supreme’s logo almost a decade ago for her clothing line Married to the Mob. It went well. Now, she’s being sued for $10 million. Naturally, this is absurd, as Supreme is notorious for not only […]

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As you’ve probably heard, Supreme is suing Married to the Mob label owner (and ANIMAL friend) Leah McSweeney for $10 million claiming copyright infringement of their signature logo in her “Supreme Bitch” parody design. However, the logo they are suing over hasn’t been federally trademarked. It was only recently that Supreme filed a trademark application […]

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Leah McSweeney of indie fashion line Married to the Mob has been putting out Supreme Bitch t-shirts since 2004. Nine years later, James Jebbia of Supreme decides to sue McSweeney for copyright infringement — for $10,000,000. That’s a fairly intimidating gesture. But bring it: McSweeney hired notable free speech lawyer Norman Siegel. And now, legendary artist Barbara Kruger weighs in. […]

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Today, our apparel obsessed friends over at Complex posted a link-bait listicle — they got dozens of clicks out of me — entitled 50 Things You Didn’t Know About Supreme. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the scene that loves to celebrate itself, Supreme is a pretentious streetwear brand for skaters and people […]

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According to a blurb in an online newsletter by a firm that sells the rights to dead (and living) artist’s work, cool-guy streetwear brand Supreme is planing to release a line of Basquiat apparel. Artestar, an “international brand licensing and consulting company” that counts the Basquiat estate among its clients, reports that: “Urban clothing brand […]

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While we enjoy the occasional rip on Harmony Korine and Supreme, these Korine Supreme skate decks make a hell of a lot more sense than those by art star predecessors Longo, Baldessari, Murakami, Koons and Hirst. […]

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Successful artist Damien Hirst is reselling the custom skate decks he previously sold through Supreme in 2009 — same crap, more money. You can buy direct from his store Other Criteria, where you can also purchase “arty” pill-shaped cufflinks and butterfly print lawn furniture. […]

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You may recall the still photo showing the aftermath of KIDULT’s paint-filled fire extinguisher attack on Supreme’s NYC storefront work and now here’s video of the elusive Frenchman in action. It warms the heart, no? […]

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Someone armed with a paint-filled fire extinguisher and a sense of righteousness indignation blasted the word “KID” on the front of Supreme’s Soho store. ANIMAL called up the cool-guy skate brand to confirm the act of vandalism and according to a staffer, more than half of it has been scrubbed off already and the flag […]

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