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Supreme superfan Ross Wilson has amassed an impressive archive of the skate label's pieces.
Now, with a little help from The Idle Man, he's displaying 1,000 of his favourites for free in London - and he's even giving fellow superfans a chance to buy them.
On Friday 2 February, a two-day exhibition dubbed Ross Wilson's Supreme Archive 1994-2017 opens at The Idle Man's Clerkenwell shop, featuring a selection of hard-to-come-by rarities from Supreme's rich skate history - some dating right back to the start of the brand (Wilson has been visiting the label's Soho shop in New York for 23 years).
These include box logo T-shirts and hoodies, Damien Hirst skate decks, The North Face collaborations, production samples, Friends & Family exclusives and, we're assured by the man himself, many more.
Originally founded in New York back in 1994, the brand is now worth an estimated $1 billion and was 2017's third most searched fashion label on Google. Of course, this worldwide success is down to its fiercely loyal fanclub - and you'll find fewer fans more dedicated than Ross Wilson.