Well, that was fast. Just two days following the announcement that Supreme had sold a 50 percent stake in its company to The Carlyle Group, some branded tees have cropped up online.
Available in the firm’s corporate colorway of white and blue, each tee is $30 and features the nondescript company logo on the front. The appropriation of corporate imagery has been seen by Raf Simons and UK Streetwear brand Blood Brothers this year, so maybe this is just the beginning of the Corpwear trend.
Before you do so, however, you might want to check out the company’s shady background with the Bin Laden family.