Everyone and their grandmother has heard of the highly popular fashion label, Supreme.
Just last month, the brand made headlines for causing hundreds of Singaporeans to spend hours waiting in line for the launch of their Supreme x Louis Vuitton collection.
Supreme is known for their (borderline ridiculous) prices. I mean, who would even think of spending thousands of ringgit on just a plain jacket?! Well, we’ve got even more outrageous news, because the brand recently launched a preview of their Fall/Winter 2017 collection and it included a range of… interesting accessories.
The preview displayed a strange collection of items like paperweights, an armchair with the word “f*ck” subtly printed on the upholstery, a key chain with the words “f*ck the president”, a shovel, and yes, even a pair of chopsticks with the Supreme logo printed on them.
Although the prices of these items have yet to be released, you can bet they won’t come cheap since Supreme is known for its ridiculously expensive price tags.
So, if you’re looking to spend all your money on these chopsticks, prepare to use them for a long time because you’ll probably be eating Maggi Mee for the next few years. But hey, at least you’ll have Supreme chopsticks, right?
Check out their website here to see the complete collection for yourself!
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