Phaidon’s Supreme Book Takes A Deep Dive Into Street & Skate Culture

Dec 9, 2019

Category: Entertainment

Back in April of 1994, a small skateboard company was founded in the heart of New York City. Now, Supreme — founded by James Jebbia — is a worldwide phenomenon beloved by members of the fashion, counterculture, and gear communities — amongst a slew of others. And if you’ve ever wanted to know more about the brand’s journey, you’re in luck because Phaidon just announced a gorgeous book that delves into the iconic company’s history, products, and culture.

Over the course of 25 years, Supreme has expanded from a single shop in downtown NYC into a streetwear giant with 11 stores worldwide and a fanatical fanbase that chomps at the bit at every single release. And this gorgeous full-color book documents that entire wild ride across over 800 beautiful images taken by photographers including Larry Clark, Sandy Kim, and David Sims. From their biggest, wildest releases to their smallest, most-exclusive knick-knacks, this $50 tome documents it all — and it can be yours starting on January 29th, 2020.

Purchase: $50

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