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27 February 2018

JACKET REQUIRED X THE IDLE MAN X SUPREME



Supreme is now without a doubt one of the most recognisable brands in the world, with the iconic box logo drawing in dedicated fans and collectors from across the globe.

One of Supreme’s early adopters, British DJ Ross Wilson, has accumulated a vast collection of products from over two decades of his time spent in NYC in the 90s and 00s. This February, Wilson is excited to announce his partnership with online retailer The Idle Man to present Wilson’s Vaults – this is a rare and unique opportunity to view and purchase a portion of his huge collection.

The collection spans 23 years, from 1994 to 2017, and includes over 1,000 products all purchased at time of release. This is the biggest private sale ever of the brand and covers everything, including box logo tees and hoodies, Damien Hirst skate decks, The North Face collaborations, production samples, Friends & Family exclusives and many more landmark products from Supreme’s history.

Ahead of the sale of this unique collection, this season at Jacket Required, Ross Wilson and The Idle Man invite you to an exclusive preview of just some of the pieces that will be available at the private sale.

Launching at 1pm GMT on Thursday 1 February 2018, the sale will be exclusively available to those who register online at www.theidleman.com/supreme.

As well as the website, Wilson’s Vaults will take over The Idle Man’s retail space on Leather Lane, London,  on the weekend of 2 & 3 February to invited guests. Ross’s favourite items will be on display, allowing the younger generation of Supreme fans to view this incredible retrospect from the brand’s archives.









 
“I’ve been with this brand from pretty much the beginning so it was a difficult decision to sell such a large amount of it. I wanted to do something special with my collection which is why I decided to partner with The Idle Man. They stock some of my favourite brands and totally understood my vision for this project. In my eyes it made perfect sense to partner with them.” 
 
Ross Wilson, British DJ & Supreme Collector

 




 






 

 
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