Just 24 hours after Kanye West’s temporary “Pablo” pop-up shops opened across the globe, millions of fans have swarmed the streets of their cities searching for the coveted Yeezy tour merch. The Supermarket, based in NYC’s TriBeCa district, opened its doors featuring an array of Pablo items, including “Ultralight Beam” t-shirts, “Famous” sweaters alongside Pablo military jackets and bombers with Cali Thornhill DeWitt’s gothic script in Crusta orange.
Fans lined up outside, enduring the sticky NYC’s humidity/heat all patiently waiting for their opportunity to cop up. Some stood proudly in their previously purchased Yeezus tour merch (mostly t-shirts and hats) Others showed their allegiance by wearing affiliated brands such as Adidas, Virgil Abloh’s Off-White and of course YEEZY sneakers in all flavors. Some even brought folding chairs and camped out overnight, with coolers filled with ration, umbrellas and even camping tents. For die-hard Yeezy fans, it’s definitely worth the wait – even if the line wraps around an entire city block.
Only being available over the weekend, be sure to stop into the Pablo Pop-up if you got a few hours and bucks to blow on rare fashion. The address is below for those willing to take the trip.
New York, NY
Hours: Friday to Saturday, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. EDT,
Sunday 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. EDT
Photographers: Sebastian Ruiz / Hypebeast (In Store)
Clark Jones / hypefresh. (outside store)
**Sourced exclusively from hypefresh for RESPECT.**
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