Supreme just announced its second hardcover monograph, dropping this week. Supreme Vol. 2 documents the brand’s visual history from 2010-2018.  The second volume is packed with some of the brand's most iconic products, collaborations, and cultural documentation from the last eight years.

The book includes a poem by Harmony Korine, an essay by youth culture authority and cultural critic, Carlo McCormick, as well as projects with David Sims, Nobuyoshi Araki, Dash Snow, and Kate Moss.

One of the standout features of the 351-page book is a product index of T-shirts and a curated selection of lookbook imagery from Supreme’s archives. The latest edition follows up Supreme's first book, which commemorated its 16th anniversary back in 2010.

The monograph arrives in a slipcase and includes a poster and sticker. It will be exclusively available in Supreme stores and online on November 21 and in Japan on November 23rd.

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