After an already strong art capsule collection with graffiti legend, LEE, earlier this season, Supreme always seems to hit their art collaborations right on the head. Releasing on Thursday, March 29, Supreme has teamed with famed American photographer, Nan Goldin, on a collection that will feature some of her iconic and sub-culture looks into sexuality and gender in 1970's NYC.
“I did this for the kids,” Goldin told Vogue. “I’m looking forward to seeing teenagers skating on my images and wearing them. To my mind, people have become so conservative, especially the millennials – its like the 1960s never happened – so I like the idea of them being exposed to my real world.” This is exactly our sentiment as well! It's going to be fantastic to see kids wearing Nan Goldin's influential and counter-culture documentation on their chests as the skate or just wear around their cities. As Supreme put it, "It comes from an era where the subjects she documented were taboo by society’s standards. To do this project with Nan Goldin is to celebrate the diversity her work represents and expose young people to it.”