Explaining that Jafa wanted to use his LeRage avatar for the Supreme collaboration (that would've been dope as hell) along with other ideas, Tremaine got into how the collection would've looked had they gone forward with the original plan.
In the wake of Tremaine Emory's split with Supreme, many people online have shared their thoughts over the situation. Some have cast aspersion on the streetwear brand, while others have criticized Emory's reasoning for wanting to use slavery imagery in a marketing campaign.
The Tremaine Emory era at Supreme is officially over. After rumors of the creative director’s departure started bubbling recently, it has now been confirmed that he’s left the famed streetwear brand, but apparently not under amicable circumstances.
It seems that two of the most beloved fashion brands might be partnering up. Supreme and Coogi are rumored to be collaborating on a forthcoming drop.
New York is about to New York like never before. Supreme has unveiled a new drop with the New York Yankees.
Supreme x Swarovski x Vans is going for a threesome this time around putting a new spin on the classic Vans 'Old Skool' silhouette.
Kanye West takes a shot at Tremaine Emory with a t-shirt donning the name "Tremendez" mocking the creative director of Supreme.
Two of the culture’s favorite brands are ensuring the winter season will not defeat us. A new SUPREME and The North Face collection has arrived.
André 3000 has garnered a reputation in recent years for popping up in random cities, sometimes while playing a flute, and always living his best life. All that to say, 3 Stacks is a perfect selection to be featured in the latest campaign from Supreme.