UPDATE: The Supreme store on Fairfax is still open. Initially the LA storefront was thought to be closed, and while technically true, it was only for a brief period between seasons.

Read our original story below.

After its grand opening in 2004, Supreme's lone flagship in the West Coast located at North Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles, California, has officially closed.

Vlad Elkin of LA art punks PLEASURES recently passed by the area, seeing the signature Supreme banner taken down and a sign posted up indicating that the store would be opening in a new location.

"It's official, according to the sign on the door Supreme Fairfax store took down their signs and is relocating to a different location. Bye Felicia R.I.P."

While there's no word on where that new flagship will be, Supreme does have plans on opening a store in Brooklyn and this might be its exclusive box logo tee.

Also, here's why Supreme’s “Fuck You, Pay Me’ is the perfect homage to ‘Goodfellas.’

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