Supreme is releasing its second hardcover monograph this week, a follow-up to the first book released in 2010. The book, published by Phaidon, documents Supreme’s visual history from 2010-2018, picking up from where the first book left off, and includes products, collaborations, and cultural documentations.
The 351-page hardcover includes a product index of tees released by Supreme since the release of Vol 1, along with select lookbook imagery. Projects with Nobuyoshi Araki, David Sims, Kate Moss, Dash Snow, and more are featured. The book also includes a poem by Harmony Korine and an essay by Carlo McCormick.
While the book is expected to be available at multiple retailers, the ‘Supreme’ edition will be available exclusively through Supreme, which includes a red box logo slipcase, a poster, and a sticker.
The Supreme Vol. 2 Hardcover “Supreme” edition will be available at Supreme’s New York, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Paris, and online store on November 21st. Japan will see a later release on November 23rd. Check out the official images below.