Update: After Supreme temporarily closed all of its stores in the United States, United Kingdom, and France amid the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, the streetwear company announced in an Instagram post that their limited-edition, branded Oreos will be released online starting March 26.
The highly anticipated red cookies were modeled by the anonymous Instagram celebrity Breadfaceblog. They are said to come in packs of three and will retail for $3. You can find them on the Supreme website.
Judging by how quickly the company’s products usually sell out, though, we wouldn’t count on there being a surplus of cookies available.
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Supreme®/OREO Cookies. 3/26/2020. US Retail – $3 As our stores in the US, UK and France are temporarily closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19, shipping fees will be waived on all orders over $150.
A post shared by Supreme (@supremenewyork) on Mar 25, 2020 at 7:00am PDT
If you’ve ever spotted a Supreme store in real life, you’ve also probably seen the outrageously long lines of people wrapped around the block waiting to get their hands on the limited-edition gear offered inside.
Fans of the expensive streetwear brand wait hours in those lines, and some have even flown in from out of state and camped out in front of one of Supreme’s 11 stores just to purchase a $2,600 secondhand jacket. While the practice may seem mystifying to many, the company just released a limited-edition product that appeals to the masses: Oreos.
Yes, Supreme announced on Monday a pack of limited-edition Oreo cookies with the brand’s logo baked in. A representative for Oreo confirmed its existence to PEOPLE.
Each $8 package contains three red Double Stuf Oreos with the Supreme logo located where you would …read more