Supreme New York has without a doubt become the world’s most recognised and coveted streetwear brands, in its reign of 25 years. Garnering a cult following and sellout collections each and every season, it’s easy to see why resale values are through the roof and if there is anyone who was genius enough to start early, its Supreme Collector Ryan Fuller.
Beginning his obsession in 1998, the race was on for the fan to complete the catalog of signature decks and 20 years later he has done just that. Put on display, the impressive collection is a journey back through time, showcasing the brand’s ongoing relationship with the ever-evolving art and culture scene. Now, fuller is ready to part with his collection, sending the entire set to Sotheby’s to be auctioned off.
Featuring collaborations from world-renowned artists including Jeff Koons , Richard Prince, George Condo, Marilyn Minter, Kaws, Takashi Murakami and Damien Hirst, as well as cult brand alignments including the more recent Louis Vuitton, the collection’s current bid is at $500,000. Closing on January 25, the Supreme New York collection could go for as high as $1.2 million.
Got some spare cash? It is worth checking out here. Tune into the interview below for a closer look at the collection.