Many may remember when Louis Vuitton and Supreme premiered their collaboration at Fashion Week a few months ago. Well, with Supreme being known for having out of control lines in the past, there is no mystery why the pricey collab could not be sold in New York City's quiet community of Bond St.
Being as though Bond St. is a quiet community occupied by five people, one could imagine their disdain at the idea of a bunch of skateboarder hype beast children and adults alike being rowdy, sleeping outside, and peeing in front of their homes for the sake of buying some of the highly priced pieces the duo dropped.
Hypebeast reports, "The Supreme x Louis Vuitton New York City pop-up, which was planned for 25 Bond Street, has been unanimously denied by Manhattan’s Community Board No. 2. After a May 8 public hearing and full board meeting on May 18, the 32 members of the board all voted that, 'CB2 Manhattan STRONGLY recommends DENIAL of the Louis Vuitton/Supreme (Product) Launch, Bond St. between Lafayette St. and Bowery to be held from 6/29/17-7/2/17.'”