Today, Supreme has announced that it will release it’s second hardcover monograph via publisher Phaidon. While Supreme’s first book (published with Rizzoli) covered the brand’s then-full 16 year history, it’s fair to say the next eight are worthy of its own.

The book documents the brand’s visual history from 2010—a period where Supreme was still relatively unknown to those outside of the NYC skate scene or global streetwear market—to 2018, when Supreme’s James Jebbia was crowned CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year. The 351-page hardcover monograph features products, collaborations, lookbook images and an index of T-shirts from Supreme’s archives. The book also includes artwork from various friends of the brand, including a poem by Harmony Korine, an essay by Carlo McCormick as well as curated projects with David Sims, Nobuyoshi Araki, Kate Moss, Dash Snow and others.

The Supreme Volume 2 Book will be available this Thursday, November 21, at Supreme’s US, European and online stores. It will be released on November 23 in Japan. Be sure to check Grailed shortly after 11 AM as items make their way to the Hype marketplace.

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