“STAY HOME” THE SUPREME MESSAGE ON NEW YORK TIMES
During this period of quarantine, all the biggest fashion houses, the most important newspapers and the web sent the message “Stay at home” in all its possible variants.
But the most peculiar one certainly holds Supreme who published an ad on April 5 buying a full page on the Sunday edition of the New York Times, where he encourages people to stay at home during this period of pandemic, which is affecting the whole world and is affecting New York and the United States at this particular time.
But this is not the first time that the Brand has published an ad in one of the New York newspapers, in fact as you can see in the image below, it created and published in 2018 a special cover with the Box Logo for the New York Post.
But now back to the main subject of our article.
As you can see in the picture below, the ad only shows a group of friends lying on the couch in front of a giant t-shirt with the Supreme Box Logo. Several people after seeing the social media post thought that this was a teaser for a forthcoming release of a T-shirt, with the aim of raising funds to fight the Covid-19. But so it was not being that the huge Box Logo has already appeared twice in Supreme’s Instagram account with the message “Stay Home“
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