Supreme, one of the most hyped brands, are seemingly having never-ending queues during its 20-week peak seasons. Every Thursday the online store is overwhelmed with so-called ‘hype-beasts’ in the hopes to experience the latest releases. Unless you have a spare of thousand penny to spend on the resold items, Supreme is a real hype for you.
Alpinestars Jacket, 2006
Only 11 pieces were actually manufactures and sold, tagged as one of the legendary Supreme collection. Very few people actually have heard of this motorbike jacket’s existence. Zech Renteria was the man who designed Alpinestars in 2003, met Humberto Liechty, Supreme L.A. store’s co-owner and collaborated together. It was featured in Arktitip Magazine Issue No. 0048. where Mister Cartoon participated in lettering, the suit had custom perforated panels with small stars.
Rolex x Supreme Submariner, 2013
One of the most coveted and sought after Supreme pieces to date, Rolex x Supreme was intially previewed as part of Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection. This Rolex is believed to be manufactured for only 20 pieces and gifted only to friends and family. The watch has words ‘fuck em’ imprinted and a Supreme box logo at the back. Good news for looking into having it, online reseller Stadium Goods sells it, not for the faint-hearted, at the price of $65,000.
Mitzi Gaynor T-shirt, early 2000s
It was actually never released and rumored to be inspired by American actress and show star Mitzi Gaynor. She was seen dancing in a dress that featured the Supreme logo. The shirt has fallen into the hands of some.
Louis Vitton x Supreme Trunk
One of the most talked-about collaboration in history with an astronomical pricing, Louis Vuitton and Supreme’s collection sat in luxury brand’s price and limited production. Loius Vuitton was only 16 years old when he moved to Paris to become an apprentic trunk maker. Louis Vuitton x Supreme made-to-order items, Boite skateboard trunk retails for $46,000, and the Malle Courrier 90 trunk commands a whopping $57,000.
Coleman Mini Bike, 2017
A collaboration between Coleman and Supreme, this mini bike took the form of the CT200U, which offers specs like a 196cc one-cylinder four-stroke OHV engine, sturdy metal frame, 42-inch wheelbase, and a top speed of 24 mph. The rich reds are definitely Supreme’s color, fans would notice the ‘Ride or Die’ wording on the frame of the bike. While extremely rare, a worth of £2,999 is found on the internet.