Supreme, the New York based streetwear brand has teamed up with Fender on a new Stratocaster.
In an unlikely match-up, Fender and Supreme have collaborated on an all-white Stratocaster. It comes with a custom case, strap and picks.
Supreme have a reputation for high profile partnerships and for a brand that celebrates youth culture, teaming up with a company that makes electric guitars seems like a no-brainer.
That look though. No doubt it will divide opinion. In any case, this minimally decorated guitar will probably function best as a fashion accessory, or collector’s item.
Via The Fader.
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