Supreme’s 1998-2018 Archive Auction Is A Timeline Of Superior Style

May 9, 2019

Category: Style

Opening its doors in 1994, Supreme started off in the skateboard world and caught fire, becoming wildly popular in the hip-hop community and helping to define modern streetwear culture. If you’re a fan of the colossal brand, Sotheby’s is teaming up with long-time collector Yukio Takahashi for the 1,300-piece Supreme Vault 1998-2018 Archive Auction.

This enormous collection acts as a timeline for the New York City brand, showcasing the company’s collaborations with various outlets, including music, sports, and design. In its entirety, the collection represents 20 years of success for the brand. Look through the lineup and you’ll find some rare products, including a Supreme Stern Pinball Machine, Coleman CT200U Mini Bike, and an Everlast Punching Bag. Online bidding will begin on May 20, but be sure to act fast since these items are expected to go quickly, judging by the strong numbers Supreme pulled with their skate deck auction this year.

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