Supreme Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of ‘KIDS’



Remember the controversial 1995 film KIDS?

If your parents forbade you to watch it then — or you were just too young — catch up with the cult classic. Larry Clark and Harmony Korine’s controversial movie spotlighted sexually active New York City teens who openly took part in drugs and alcohol. Not unlike millions of other American kids at the time, but the movie’s stark imagery stirred up a lot of havoc in the 90’s — and made a lasting impression on a generations.

Celebrating their 20th Anniversary and the life of two of KIDS stars (Harold Hunter and Justin Pierce), Supreme is releasing a capsule collection of iconic stills from the movie printed on long sleeve shirts, tees, hoodies, and skate decks.

New York, Los Angeles, and London will receive ‘first dibs’ on the collection as it releases on May 21st both online and in-stores.

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