Supreme has announced its latest collaboration will be with photographer Nan Goldin.

Goldin is an American photographer with a story as interesting as her work. At 14, she left home to join a hippie commune in Massachusetts, where she attended school. Soon after the move, she developed an interest in photography and documenting life. It was this interest that lead to her move to Boston at 18 and the beginning of her documenting the local community of drag queens. Goldin began presenting photography shows in New York City nightclubs in the late ’70s, which garnered much critical appraise. Her work has gone on to tackle LGBTQ culture (especially in the context of the AIDS epidemic), New York nightlife and the opioid epidemic. She is perhaps best known for her evolving work, The Ballad of Sexual Dependency.

Supreme has teamed up with Goldin to release a coaches jacket, hooded sweatshirt, short sleeve T-shirts and skateboard decks. The items feature prints of three of Goldin’s photographs, namely “Nan as a dominatrix, Boston”, “Misty and Jimmy Paulette in a taxi, NYC” and “Kim in Rhinestones, Paris”

The collection will be available online and in Supreme’s NYC, LA, London and Paris stores on March 29th and in Supreme’s Japan locations on March 31st.

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