• http://www.myspace.com/purplecuffs PurpleCuffs

    Love the article.

  • http://www.facebook.com/deas.mcmorrow Déas Nicole McMorrow

    I get what you’re saying, but to go from stocking ‘Supreme Bitch’ t-shirts in Union to flipping the whole thing and wanting $10mill is plain nasty. MOB don’t have that kind of money, a lawsuit like that’ll devastate the company and puts a real fucking bummer on the whole New York streetwear community; a scene which expanded through those involved encouraging and looking out for one another. Supreme collaborated with Futura less than two years back, the guy whose daughter is one of the OG MOB bitches. Trying to put a trademark on it might have been a step too far, but surely Jebbia could have settled this in an alternative manner. This lawsuit seems horribly extreme and I think it’s pretty bad press for Supreme; whatever the verdict they come out of this sounding like fucking losers.

  • http://twitter.com/the_cge conner green-edwards (@the_cge)

    Out to you guys as usual