Founded by James Jebbia, Supreme HK is an iconic streetwear label that has gone on to amass a cult-like following around the world with skaters, artists, and collectors, who are eager to get their hands on the brand’s latest drop. Check out the price of Supreme products below and read more about Supreme’s iconic collaborations in recent years.
Top supreme Price List 2021
|Top 10 products||Price||Store|
|supreme WHO THE F*Ck T-Shirt||HK$ 1,409.00||Farfetch|
|supreme X CDG Logo Print T-Shirt||HK$ 6,926.00||Farfetch|
|supreme Molotov KID T-Shirt||HK$ 1,636.00||Farfetch|
|supreme Mini Army Paratrooper Figure||HK$ 148.00||Farfetch|
|supreme TNF ONE World T-Shirt "SS 20"||HK$ 2,075.00||Farfetch|
|supreme Trademark Longsleeve T-Shirt||HK$ 1,636.00||Farfetch|
|supreme Crystalsprint T-Shirt||HK$ 1,858.00||Farfetch|
|supreme D'hiver Print T-Shirt||HK$ 1,767.00||Farfetch|
|supreme WHO THE F*Ck TEE||HK$ 905.00||Farfetch|
|supreme THE Killer Longsleeved T-Shirt||HK$ 2,084.00||Farfetch|
Collaborations have been a long-standing staple within the streetwear industry. A decent, well though-out collaboration will fuse the strongest elements of all the parties, resulting in a project that’s both a meeting of minds and mutual respect for one another.
Over the past 23 years the undisputed kings of collaboration, Supreme, have chosen to work with a huge variety of partners that include skate brands, footwear brands, artists, musicians, tech brands, photographers, filmmakers, sporting goods manufactures, toy companies, furniture makers and even a motorcycle brand. Many of these collaborations have come as a huge surprise to Supreme’s newer customer base, but each one has a genuine link to the tight-knit crew behind the New York label. Here are some of the label’s most iconic collaborations.
Supreme x Louis Vuitton
Supreme and Louis Vuitton may be one of the biggest fashion phenomenons of our time, with the unlikely pair making their debut in 2017 at Paris Fashion Week. Whether you love it or hate it, you can’t deny the audacious project in blurring the lines between high fashion and streetwear. LV’s signature monogramming is prominent throughout the range of clothing and accessories put out in this collection.
Supreme x Lacoste
The arrival of the collaboration had a nostalgic tribute to Lacoste’s retro history and was a hypebeast’s favourite. The drop for this SS17 collaboration had a massive buzz, as it combined edgy streetwear with preppy French-inspired pieces. Not just for skate kids, this range uses both the iconic alligator logo and Supreme box to fuse together the two brands for a contemporary sportswear range.
Supreme x Aquascutum
Despite the British royal family’s seal of approval, Aquascutum has had a financially checkered past, and the company eventually went into bankruptcy administration in 2012. Purchased by a British owner in 2013, and riding on the crest of their rival Burberry’s recent return to mass popularity, things are looking brighter for the British label and their infamous Club Check pattern. For Fall 16’ Supreme joined forces with Aquascutum to rework some of their most iconic pieces—the Filey raincoat, club jacket, long sleeve polo shirt and wool/cashmere scarf, alongside a utility vest.
You can get a Supreme hoodie, bag, T-shirts and more at BASEMENT HK located on the 1st Floor of Po Ming Building, Foo Ming Street, Causeway Bay in Hong Kong.
As of August 2020, Supreme items price ranges from HK$210 to HK$38,855 depending on the collection and product that you’re planning to buy. You can find authentic Supreme clothing and products on trusted sites like Farfetch Hong Kong.
The more hyped and desired an item is, the more likely it’ll sell faster, and Supreme is no exception. Streetwear fans from all across the world stood in physical and virtual queues waiting for their chance to cop every Supreme drop. And the fastest Supreme item that sold out is the Supreme X Stone Island Vest which was gone in 3.3 seconds. Following that is the Mesh Stripe Pocket Tee, which is sold in 3.6 seconds.
Supreme was founded as a skate brand that aimed to merge luxury brands with traditional, blue-collar skating brands- and it succeeded. It’s grown from a small shop on Lafayette Street in New York to the biggest name in streetwear and skate fashion.