Timberlands are literally built to help you survive the frigid winter months. But these collabs will have you looking at them different.
Yesterday, my friend trip sat for me while I was on shrooms. On our way, we passed a Supreme store. Thus the Supreme mushroom trip began.
A week ago in SoHo, at around 1 a.m., looters took to the Supreme store, boarded up as it was, and raided the merchandise.
With most young streetwear designers looking to be the next Supreme, Nonexistent Collective’s Jeremy Lopez is offering an alternative.
Good luck to those who give in to selling their rare-pairs or that hoodie collab’ you got through the graces off an online app or in-line waiting.
While you were getting ready to storm the stores for discounted Xbox One Xs and Supreme on Black Friday others were looking for discounted guns.
“What is Supreme?” Rogan asks as he’s filled in, “And people wait in line for bricks?” Indeed they do.
“You got a number?”
That’s a lot of bread.
Not that we’re knocking off their hustle, cause in the world of Supreme, everything is a must-cop.