By 2009, the Supreme portrait series had fans on their toes, eager to find out what face would debut next. It was in January of that year when inspiration hit and Terry Richardson captured some badass shots of New York legend Lou Reed. Rocking a black box logo tee, aviators, tight jeans with his arms crossed, Lou Reed looks like he’s about to take you back to the 70’s and steal your lunch money. As the former frontman of rock group, Velvet Underground, Reed perfectly represented the rebellious ethos Supreme was founded on.
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