If you've been to some kind of festival, or had the pleasure of visiting one of the world's capitals, you might have seen a Supreme shoulder bag.
In everyday speech, you might have seen it called a fanny pack, but the Supreme has wisely chosen to call it a shoulder bag, which makes sense in many ways, as it is a fanny pack made to be stuck on the shoulder. The personal opinion? Shoulder bag sounds more appealing anyways.
If there is an art that this American brand truly masters, it is to take a few different retro designs and styles that were the highest fashion 10 or 15 years ago, and then implement it in the newest lines with a new and more modern approach, or keep it classical, but with their own touch. The duffel bag is yet another example of this, since its original designs go back to the 1990s just like the fanny pack and was at the height of fashion at the time, and have now come back in the rotation of this generation.
In addition to the popular shoulder bag Supreme, of course, sells other bags, and has done so as an integral part of their collection for a long time. Much of the popularity comes naturally from the iconic logo design, but unlike many other brands in the fashion world, they are playing on more than just their popularity, but at the same time quality. All their bags come in a light terylene fiber, which is a strong, and at the same time, light polyester.
Last but not least, the bags are always good quality, and in general are the perfect accessories, which is both usable and at the same time super stylish. Especially in the past couple of years, with social media, it's become more popular because it's a good thing to flex pictures. At a time when streetwear is not only for boys and skaters, but has become mainstream and something that no longer has a particular gender or age, the bag from Supreme is omnipotent.