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Thirty years of Supreme calls for one thing: a big fat book. Well, three of them actually.

30 Years: T-Shirts 1994-2024, though, isn’t just any old Supreme book, it’s an extensive journey into the streetwear stalwart’s archives to look back at every single Supreme T-shirt ever released (which is a lot, by the way).

Rolled into a three-volume monograph, Supreme’s anniversary book takes us into a time capsule back to 1994, through three decades of the humble t-shirt, a garment that’s played a big role in the brand’s continued success.

Because if it wasn't for the tee, Supreme wouldn't be where it is today. I mean, everyone knows Supreme. Even my nan knows Supreme, or at least she pretends to anyway. A friend’s dad once bought him a Supreme box logo hoodie from a market in Thailand because “it was cheap” and he knew of the brand.

Safe to say that particular tee probably hasn’t made it into the book.

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Point is, tees have been an important constant in the world of Supreme over the past three decades, and not just the brand’s box logo tees, which are book-worthy themselves.

The book also nods to the plethora of collaborative tees, the graphic tees, and the umpteen special-edition store opening tees from over the years.

Although Supreme isn't just about making tees (it creates plenty of other exciting things), the humble t-shirt has, and always will be, a constant. And 30 Years: T-Shirts 1994-2024, which drops on April 25, is a little reminder of that.

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