Each year, Supreme puts out a small book showcasing their year in fashion, collaborations, photography and most of all, the progression of the brand as a whole and it's general direction. This year marks sixteen years since Supreme opened it's doors at the original Lafayette locale, where it remains today. To commemorate this, they have released a 304 page hardcover book featuring sixteen years of product, people, and photography. Below is a short description from Supreme.
"Supreme will be releasing a Monograph of it's sixteen year history. Published by Rizzoli, this book is a visual history of the brand that includes an introduction by Glenn O'Brien, an essay by Aaron Bondaroff and an interview between Kaws and James Jebbia. The book surveys many of the brand's products over the years including projects with Jeff Koons, Richard Prince, Futura 2000, Damien Hirst, Public Enemy and Lou Reed, among others. The book also includes a product index from Supreme's archive."
It's being released today at all Supreme locations as well as the web-store. You can also order it here. Check below for a few previews.