Menswear: The Official Supreme Thread


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Sayword
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5199 posts since 1/4/07

24 May 2013 20:28
One of the better shoots in the past couple years

Byte
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2953 posts since 16/6/10

24 May 2013 20:33
Sayword wrote: One of the better shoots in the past couple years


Crosses tee wasn't in the preview.
doug.
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1677 posts since 12/6/10

30 May 2013 15:01
decent shoot apart from fact that almost every full length shot is at a jaunty angle Puzzled
stelfox
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8488 posts since 11/3/09

30 May 2013 16:15
that 4 pocket shirt dropped yet?
Shiney
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667 posts since 22/7/11

2 Jun 2013 00:52
What Snapbacks are still available at the store? Would call, but I'm in Germany right now.
sj99
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2151 posts since 26/11/10

2 Jun 2013 20:56
how much for the polka dot shorts?
Mr 88
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2501 posts since 1/4/09

2 Jun 2013 21:37
sold
figurine
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5849 posts since 14/5/07

2 Jun 2013 21:59
What's a a fair price for a Supreme x Larry Clark x Neighborhood tee? Have one that I haven't worn in years.
Mr 88
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2501 posts since 1/4/09

3 Jun 2013 11:49
Supreme/Wackies®

Founded in the 1970s by Lloyd “BullWackie” Barnes on White Plains Road in the Bronx, Wackies is considered by many to be the first significant Reggae studio and label in the United States. As a Kingston youth, Lloyd Barnes was entranced by the sound systems of Duke Reid and Coxsone Dodd. In 1967 he left Jamaica and came via England to New York, where he created his own sound system called Bullwackie’s Disco and would play at dances all around New York City.

However, in 1973 due to violence on the scene at the time, he decided to start a studio in the Bronx to create music, rather than just play it. Wackies studio developed a distinctive sound that was bass heavy and deliberately crafted to have what some people call a "lo-fi" sound. Wackies achieved this sound using special recording techniques and equipment. This equipment was so notable that some pieces now have a place in the Les Paul Museum. Popular Jamaican reggae artists such as Horace Andy , Sugar Minott , and Wayne Jarret appeared regularly on the label. However, Lloyd Barnes developed a number of New York-based artists as well such as: Love Joys, Itopia and Chosen Brothers. In 1977 ‘Wackies House of Music’ Record shop was established right next door to the studio. Like Lee Perry's Upsetters Record Shop this shop was far more than just an outlet to sell music, it worked as a constant meeting point for Jamaican artists living in New York or just passing by. Via this shop the contact with lots of talented people was established and the output of many brilliant records made possible.

Supreme has joined Wackies to present a small capsule collection. The group will consist of four graphic T-Shirts, a Tank Top, and a 5-Panel Hat. All items have been designed using original artwork from the Wackies records label archive. This group will be offered along with two new original graphic T-Shirts for the Summer.

Available in-store in NY, LA, London and online on June 6th.

Available in Japan on June 8th.




zoom
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6208 posts since 22/7/05

5 Jun 2013 11:08
Did anyone recently sell Lurk a Marlboro jacket?

The little cunts trying to get £200 for it, I'm sure I noticed someone sell the exact one on here for £80?
Byte
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2953 posts since 16/6/10

5 Jun 2013 11:10
Think this was the thread ?
http://www.fuk.co.uk/threads/sale_supreme_marlboro_work_jacket
roophees
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1673 posts since 18/12/10

5 Jun 2013 11:45
If it was a brown one medium with a few marks on the arms or something then its pretty definitely from FUK
MuayThaiPimp
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7925 posts since 10/8/11

5 Jun 2013 11:56
Laughing out loud cheeky cunt!
harrison
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1258 posts since 22/9/10

5 Jun 2013 12:18
anyone going to the store on friday/sat? after one of the wackies tees…
Gizmo
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4286 posts since 20/10/09

5 Jun 2013 12:19
Hit me up mate
zoom
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6208 posts since 22/7/05

5 Jun 2013 12:20
Yep, that's the one.

Thought it was, I recognised the picture. He duttys everything off here via a fake Facebook profile, user name is What's Good.

AMK
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308 posts since 7/1/13

5 Jun 2013 12:24
Can we ban him now please?
roophees
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1673 posts since 18/12/10

5 Jun 2013 12:33
AMK wrote: Can we ban him now please?
DY
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9618 posts since 9/6/11

5 Jun 2013 12:36
roophees wrote:
AMK wrote: Can we ban him now please?

Brad doesnt care about fuk
harrison
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1258 posts since 22/9/10

5 Jun 2013 13:02
Gizmo wrote: Hit me up mate

thanks a lot, will do