Supreme Oreos Are Fashion's New Favourite Snack

The hype-favourite brand has stamped its logo onto the iconic cookie, and everyone is obsessed. But will they eat it?
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Food porn, but make it fashion. Hypebeasts will be delighted to know that Supreme has collaborated with Oreo, meaning even your snacks will fit right into your streetwear aesthetic. 

Supreme, which repeatedly draws major obsession when stamping its logo onto everything from skateboards to fare cards (and even resuscitated Tupac via hologram), has unveiled its much-anticipated Spring 2020 collection. And while the new line features a range of unconventional yet covetable products, from turntables to Ziploc bags, nothing seemed to catch the world's attention as much as the Supreme Oreo. The iconic round cookie, which has been a favourite snack since 1912, has seen many iterations over the years, fitting to a range of holidays and niche desserts. This new version is red, of course, and features the Supreme logo where "Oreo" would normally appear.

The Supreme Oreo comes in packs of three, so it's kind of like getting a snack-sized portion except it retails for $8 a set. The much-hyped product launched at Supreme's New York stores, and as you'd expect, it's already selling out and going for $4000 on eBay. Thanks to this, $8 for three Supreme Oreos actually now sounds like a bargain, but the good news is you can try for the regular price again when the online release happens next week (February 27, to be exact: mark your calendar now).

No word yet on what they taste like — we'd love for the flavour to be red velvet, but we have a gut feeling that they're going to taste like regular Oreos, but somehow that much better because they're Supreme. However, considering how this is already a collector's item, will people even eat it?

One thing's for sure: Supreme Oreos, like any Supreme product, have gotten people talking. Dropping right in the middle of fashion month, we bet that the sandwich cookie will be the most popular snack in the fash pack (and hope some hype-oriented street style stars find a cool way to work it into their looks). Oreo earrings, anyone?

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