We wonder what they're going to taste like?
Supreme has once again got everyone talking. The streetwear giant has announced a surprising collaboration with American cookie brand Oreo. Find out more.
has unveiled a plethora of accessories and objects of all kinds with the red and white logo of the streetwear brand. On the program? A vinyl turntable, lighters with the big logo on them along with swimming goggles. However, it was the brand's new collaboration that caught our attention.
The streetwear label remains a master in the art of all things creative and what they're presenting for their Spring/Summer collection is pretty amazing. With Oreo, Supreme is revisiting the American cookie brand's signature studded cookie in the shade of Supreme's signature red along with their iconic logo. According to Supreme's online store, the collaboration includes three cookies per box. As for a flavor, no information has been revealed. So, are you ready to taste the most fashionable cookie of the moment?
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