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Supreme proclaims that in April of 1994, a home and foundation for city skate culture was founded. Morphing into a symbol of downtown Manhattan life over a period of more than two decades, music enthusiasts interested in rebellious lyrics, looking fresh and blasting flagrant hip hop and punk music have made Supreme a staple of cool.

Initially only posted up in the downtown area of the concrete jungle, residents of the NYC island and the world can hit up one of the brands flagships and convert into fashion predators with a quick change of garments, making others ogle by using the rebellious flair of skate culture. Whether it’s the coveted adidas x Raf Simons Ozweego 2 sneakers or the lauded “Bling” box logo hoodie, stunting is done often with Preme garments with migrants flocking from far and wide flexing their grasp of streetwear subculture simply by getting dressed. Keep Flexin is the title of Rich the Kid’s latest mixtape and the Source allowed a host of individuals to do just that. Take a look at Source Stunt Street Style where this time we highlight a few garments from the last few seasons of Supreme along with a multitude of Unif and Topshop clothing, plus a duo of Helmut Lang outerwear pieces. 

Brands: Supreme, Helmut Lang, UNIF, Zara, Topshop, Vans, Balenciaga, (Thrift), Gucci, Celine 

Subjects (in order of appearance): Sapphire Sweeney, Elizabeth Yaussy, Emily MitchellEmilee Small, Chloe Schnell  

Location: Chelsea New York 

Creative Direction: Jonathan Quinones

Photography: Fabian Pacheco