All the Other Supreme Food Products You Can Buy If You Don't Want to Spend Thousands on Oreos
We're talking Supreme Ziploc bags here, people!
Supreme, the streetwear label with a cult-like following, never misses an opportunity to collaborate with the biggest names in pop culture — from artists and designers to musicians and household brands. Their M.O. typically involves slipping their unmistakable red logo on a limited-edition piece of clothing or even a classic toy. But one of Supreme’s latest mash-ups is a little more unexpected: Supreme Double Stuff Oreo cookies.
What’s more crazy than a hyped up fashion cookie? The fact that the same cookies are already being sold for over $92,000 on eBay. (A three-pack of these designer Oreos originally landed in stores on February 20 for $8.) This demand speaks to Supreme’s ability to generate fanatical buildup that leads to even crazier markups. For their customers, each new product is an exclusive chance to own a piece of Supreme’s history. Afterall, what other streetwear brand has landed a dedicated collectibles auction at Sotheby’s, one of the world’s most prestigious auction houses?
If you’re looking for a taste of Supreme’s other food-related items, here are more highlights from the Spring/Summer 2020 collection.
Massimo Vignelli designed the New York City subway map, the original American Airlines logo and these stackable mugs for Heller. As a branding expert, he would no doubt have opinions about this interpretation of his classic mug.
Perfect for noodles or a big salad, this cheerful 8-inch bowl would never get dull.
This isn’t the first Supreme and Nalgene collaboration — the two brands originally joined together in 2014. But this limited is a fresh design and the first to feature a neoprene sleeve.