After 25 Years, Supreme Closes Its Original Lafayette Store in New York
The 190 Bowery shop is set to be the brand’s new main location.
Earlier this week, photos of Supreme‘s Lafayette store surfaced the Internet with an unusual “Space for Lease” sign posted on the shopfront’s window. In response to the images splattered all over social media, Supreme has just confirmed that its original store in New York has officially closed after 25 years.
Back in February, the skateboarding shop and clothing brand announced that its Lafayette location would be under renovation. However, due to the unforeseen closure, the 190 Bowery location in Manhattan will now be the brand’s main location in the Big Apple.
The Lafayette space is currently up for lease with an unconfirmed monthly rent price of $70,000 USD. Stay tuned as we wait for further details to be announced.
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