• Supreme London Store
  • Posted 40 months ago by Jack Lowe · culture · 16279 Views
  • Rumours have recently been circulating that Supreme are set to open a new flagship store, this time in London. If true, the new store will head up their European operation which would apparently include a dedicated website and online shop. Although there has been no confirmation from Supreme as of yet, the location is rumoured to be 2 - 3 Peter Street in Soho with an opening date of 9 September. Stay tuned for more news…

    www.supremenewyork.com

    • holy shit, dreams do come true
    • Ptere Posted 40 months ago · 24 Reply
    • so incredible!
    • Chris Posted 40 months ago · 31 Reply
    • Urg. Just what Soho needs.
    • Tom Posted 40 months ago · 33 Reply
    • Great! More middleclass non skating white boys in over priced average garms.....
    • Hugh Posted 40 months ago · 38 Reply
    • ha ha! This is at least going to bring down the UK's over priced Supreme ebay price tags, good luck to em, if people want to buy into it thats rad, they started off as a bunch of hood rats and they got successfull, people gonna hate but lets face it more people gonna love.
    • Grim Posted 40 months ago · 8 Reply
    • i just hope it will look like a skateshop...
    • Random Guy Posted 39 months ago · 37 Reply
    • sweet as
    • AWSOME TOWN.. Posted 39 months ago · 34 Reply
    • So hot! love it! supreme all day..
    • Justin Posted 38 months ago · 15 Reply
    • glad this is open, shame that everyone will wear it that had no idea of its beginnings but at least i wont have to pay ?150 for a fucking hat
    • lewis Posted 38 months ago · 15 Reply
    • That's awesome that Supreme is expanding their storefront. Wish I could've seen the Ghostface performance! Not sure where Lewis is shopping but you can get their hats for about 10% of that amount at http://snapback25.com/index.php/supreme-snapback-hats.html
    • Alejandro Posted 29 months ago · 14 Reply
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