Supreme has been cooking for years off hypebeasts waiting in line to cop their latest drops. However, the streetwear brand took a full page out in this weekend’s New York Times urging y’all to stay home.
The full-page ad appeared in Sunday, April 5’s “SundayStyles” section and shows a couple of dudes lounging on a sofa in front of a massive box logo tee. And we really mean massive since the tee looks like it’s a good 10 feet high. In the upper left corner is a simple message—”Stay home.”
What’s good with dude’s feet all on the couch, though? Who raised y’all?
Anyway, the ad has only fueled more speculation that Supreme will be dropping a tee to aid relief workers in the midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic. You may feel a way about said tee inevitably being flipped for profit, but so long as the initial proceeds go to a good cause, it is what it is.
In the middle of March, Supreme closed its stateside stores due to the coronavirus. What’s good with that huge tee on the wall, though?
[H/T High Snobiety]