A month ago, cult skate brand Supreme sold a £25 branded red brick which went on to fetch a casual $1,000 on eBay. The latest news from the clothing label, whose celebrity following includes Drake, A$AP Rocky, Michael Jordan, Kylie Jenner, Kanye and pretty much every A-lister ever, is a collaboration with the notorious Nobuyoshi Araki.
The Japanese photographer is famous for his provocative images which explore Kinbaku, the traditional Japanese art of bondage. His AW16 collaboration with Supreme spans a hoodie, long-sleeve and short-sleeve t-shirts and a zine complete with original photography by photography by Nobuyoshi himself. Let the online bidding wars begin…
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