Supreme Fall/Winter 2013 Release Street Style

August 22, Lafayette Street, New York. 

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  • john

    haha literlol’d at the random crocs

  • Michael Di Gennaro


    • ℳB


    • Kobe


  • sharkin

    visvim crox collab

  • So It Begins

    Those crocs are all that tho

  • Barack Obama

    9/21 – that picture makes me kinda sad

  • Matt

    wtf are those pink things, what a clown!

    • strangethings

      Mirror mirror on the wall who is the fairest one of all ? you def. not,bucko…

  • PriamofWilusa

    I always wonder what kind of person wears those pig ugly Jeremy Scott Adidas and now we know…

  • strangethings

    teenage rampage….

  • JJ


  • David

    Adidas x Jeremy Scott and Supreme ‘FUCK’ shorts. Nice outfit

  • Matthew Pike

    Quite like the Crocs

  • Jerms

    Slide #14. A Supreme Bucket Hat. Very clever.

  • Woofs Mackenzie

    Shouts out to dude in the “bucket hat”

    • J

      that kid tried to cut until some dudes kicked him out.

  • Deaunte Shugart

    I wanted to go to the LA Release but i had school, i would have had to ride the train, its hot, i dont have any money, you know the usual


  • Popo the Trapstar

    such a wavey bucket hat.

  • paul

    What a bunch of complete lames. I walked by this tomfoolery and had a good chuckle.

  • neverthis

    Crazy how this brand has become known for being NYC wear. I walked into the store like 8yrs ago to see a chukka shoe I liked and the guy told me i couldn’t come in, too many heads inside, their were like 4-6 people. anyway it was just one guy so won’t judge the whole company on it

    …..but I will say as a New Yorker from uptown, this is not street wear, its expensive copies of what we have been wearing for the past 20 some years. Nothing cool about the stuff and honestly anything with a Supreme label on it marks one as a trying to hard, out of fashion look. This product is made for non-Americans, who think this is street shit. It is not and every collaboration is another kick in our face as we see smart rich non- street guys make off with our look and sell it for 500% more than we pay to rock the almost identical gear.

    I can’t tell you how much I want to see a new brand real American brand that makes unique true shit and end this whole collaboration bullshit. It’s being a herb at its finest, creates a feeling of never having enough or the latest and greatest, and just lines the pockets of these money leeches.

    Really bad form.

    Oh and Timberland lost the urban community when the CEO said some shit like ” we make our stuff for honest hard working folk” implying us street kids were not. Yo we created the Timb. movement an thats the respect we get from top executives, well needless to say I would feel like a sucker if I ever played into this overpriced copy cat stuff. Clothes for hoe’s and not in a good way.