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Supreme's Second Monograph Book Showcases the Brand’s Visual History Over the Past 8 Years

Slated to drop on November 21.

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Supreme's Second Monograph Book Showcases the Brand’s Visual History Over the Past 8 Years

Slated to drop on November 21.

Following its first monograph published in 2010, Supreme has unveiled the second edition – Supreme (Vol 2). The hardcover book consists of 351 pages showcasing the brand’s visual history from 2010 to 2018, including its products, collaborations and cultural documentation.

Additional content features a poem by Harmony Korine and an essay by Carlo McCormick, as well as projects with David Sims, Nobuyoshi Araki, Kate Moss, Dash Snow and more. The book also includes a product index of T-shirts and select lookbook imagery from the label’s archives. Those who purchase the second monograph will receive the item in a sleek white slip-case with the iconic box logo along with a poster and a sticker.

Supreme (Vol 2) published by Phaidon will be exclusively available in Supreme stores and online on November 21, while Japan sees a later release date of November 23. In related news, be sure to check out the Martin Wong x Supreme Fall/Winter 2019 collection.

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