Supreme is opening a new flagship store in Milan, Italy, and has given us a sneak peek at what's inside. The new location from the streetwear label provides us with a sneak peek into the inner workings of the exciting addition just before it opens its doors. The retail store is located in the Brera area, right in the heart of the beautiful city's San Marco neighborhood.
According to reports, a small group of journalists and friends of the streetwear juggernaut were given access to the store from the inside. The retail space in the dope San Marco territory is approximately 1,080-square-feet in size. It features six full-sized floor-to-ceiling windows that instantly draw your attention to the store's modern interior decor.
The interior design features two intricate sculptures created by Supreme's longtime collaborator and artist Mark Gonzales. The floor is entirely made of wood, and the white walls are adorned with vivid murals by American artist Weirdo Dave. The walls also house a range of skateboards, as one would expect from a streetwear company that is heavily influenced by skate culture in general.
This store is the streetwear brand's first retail store to open in Milan, with reports and teases circulating about everything from real estate to the cult brand itself. It appeared that the brand would not appear in the country for a brief moment, particularly after trademark disputes in Italy with another brand with a similar name, "Supreme Italia." The lengthy court battle lasted years after the New York-based brand was victorious.
The Supreme Milan store, located at Corso Garibaldi 20, will open for business on May 6.
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