We love both these fashion name giants but we always love putting that to the test. We face off the Supreme brand with Obey. Their fashion photography is always on point and so are their clothing items.
YOU CHOOSE!!! SUPREME or OBEY
Background on Supreme:
The first Supreme store opened its doors in downtown Manhattan in 1994. In 2004, a store was opened in Los Angeles, California, which is almost double the size of the original New York store. There are other stores in London, Tokyo (Harajuku, Daikanyama & Shibuya), Nagoya, Osaka, and Fukuoka.
The brand caters to the Skateboarding, Hip hop, and Punk rock cultures, and youth culture at large. They have collaborated with photographers: Larry Clark, Terry Richardson and artists/groups like A$AP Mob, Glassjaw, Odd Future, Kaws, Juicy J, Futura 2000, Damien Hirst, Takashi Murakami, Jeff Koons, Daniel Johnston, Peter Saville, Lady Gaga as well as many more.
Supreme has a long line of collaborations with brands such as Nike, Vans, Clarks, The North Face, Levi’s, Timberland, Comme des Garçons, WTAPS, designers such as Adam Kimmel, as well as artist of likes Aymeric and Jean-Michel Basquiat . -wiki-
Background on Obey:
was formed in 2001 as an extension of Shepard’s range of work. Aligned with his populist views, clothing became another canvas to spread his art and message to the people. The clothing is heavily inspired by classic military design, work wear basics, as well as the elements and cultural movements Shepard has based his art career on. Through designers Mike Ternosky and Erin Wignall, Shepard works to create designs that represent his influences, ideals and philosophy.
OBEY is about variety and experience, thinking about your surroundings and questioning the purpose. Stay tuned for the next chapter, as the canvas will undoubtedly continue to change and evolve. All in the name of fun and observation. The medium is the message.
Fashion Killer Riri
Kate Moss for Supreme
FUFU for #Obey