Supreme opens Milan store
Cult streetwear brand Supreme has opened its first store in Italy in the Brera shopping district of Milan.
Situated in a corner unit on Corsa Garibaldi, the 1,080 square foot space features six floor to ceiling windows, walls decorated with murals designed by US pop artist Nate Lowman and sculptures by Mark Gonzales.
Selling Supreme’s ready-to-wear collections and a range of accessories, the store marked its opening with a selection of limited-edition items including a T-shirt featuring Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper.
Supreme is looking to expand worldwide after being acquired by VF Corporation, the owner of Timberland and The North Face, late last year. The brand currently operates four stores in the US, six in Japan and two in Europe in London and Paris.
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