Supreme may have been going for more than 20 years now, but the article is very different now compared to the early years. The brand’s weekly drops have turned into a frenzy, and it seems like the huge lines of young streetwear fans are getting lengthy and longer each season.
As time goes on, and the hype encircle the brand gets more intense, a lot of older Supreme fans are deciding to offload their collections to younger generations. A while back we caught up with veteran streetwear collector Tith, who unloaded his collection at a pop-up in Munich, Germany, and now Sam Thatcher is the latest guy to sell his records.
the store to host a huge streetwear, present tons of old Supreme heat, alongside choose pieces from the likes of Palace and Gosha Rubchinskiy.
Mostly since I could barely close my closet door — I had way too much stuff and I implement I wear around 1 percent of the clothes I own. On the other hand, kids are going insane about it and I am getting older – maybe it’s time to leave it to the new generation. I was also thinking Berlin is lacking best streetwear events. Always the same collection releases and parties that people visit for the free drinks. I wanted to do something that people would go insane for. And it worked out pretty well.
Everybody was hyped about the box logo pieces, which in my thought weren’t the highlights. There was a lot of good stuff like the Fleur de Lis Hockey Top, the Kids anniversary collection, some jackets from the ’00s, Biggie and Kate Moss tees, Kaws collabs, a Loro Piana coat for way under retail price, a couple of samples that were never sold in stores, etc.