Supreme has just delivered a first look inside its new temporary New York City location. Taking to Instagram, the brand explained that it's shifting operations while its OG Manhattan location on Lafayette Street, where it has been since 1994, undergoes its first major renovation.

The new store, which as you can see is stacked with garms, accessories, decks, and artwork (including a massive Mark Gonzales sculpture at center stage), is actually situated at an iconic NYC spot. The location on 190 Bowery is the old Germania Bank Building from 1898 and boasts huge arched windows, marble pillars, and copper cage elevators.

And the sickest part? The changing rooms are old bank vaults, or at least they could be. According to The New York Times, when Totokaelo rented the space in 2017, it used the impenetrable vaults as fitting rooms.

It's not clear how long the 190 Bowery location will house Supreme, but doors open today, just in time for the first drop from the brand's SS19 collection, which is available in Supreme stores from today.

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