Supreme Men's T-shirts
As the label to be seen in, Supreme men's T-Shirts have a cult following which sees fans queuing around the block to be among the first to get hold of a new design.
Clothing from the streetwear brand Supreme is often sold on limited release, meaning its T-shirts have a reputation for being difficult to find. The American brand, which established as a skateboarding and clothing brand in 1994, is known for its distinctive red box logo, its collaborations and for featuring photographs of famous faces on its t-shirts.
With rare limited edition and second-hand T-shirts on the market, it is possible to lay your hands on that elusive Supreme men's t-shirt. And while some will sell for hundreds of pounds, you can find second-hand T-shirts for a lot less. Supreme's recent collaboration with Louis Vuitton is one its most sought-after pieces and is now popping up for sale. This white T-shirt takes Supreme's classic red box to a new level by combining it with a monogram of Louis Vuitton's iconic logo.
A second-hand T-shirt from the 2015 collaboration with Japanese label UNDERCOVER is a bargain, and the keen buyer can find a rare red tee from this line, which features the Wicked Witch of the West from the Wizard of Oz, pictured behind a green box logo.
This year, the 1980's singer Sade joined the list of famous faces to make onto to the front of a Supreme T-shirt and fans quickly bought them – but a red Supreme Sade Tee can be snapped up, new and unused, on eBay. Another music icon to appear on a Supreme T-shirt is singer Morrissey, and this tee quickly sold out in 2016. But for those who missed out second-hand ones are now hitting the market, making it possible to finally own one.