SUPREME’s “Granny-Punk” Take on Personal Healthcare

Equally useful for your MDMA and your multivitamins, the “Weekday Pillbox” from SUPREME’s SS-15 collection is the ultimate “granny-punk” accessory. Along with their fire extinguisher from SS-15 and their nightstick-sized baseball bat from last year, the pillbox imbues the skate brand’s box-logo with a modicum of personal protection. The devilishly utilitarian accessory is as handy for hiding a stash from subway police as it is for popping an aspirin after a gnarly bail. However, since the compartments are marked S-U-P-R-E-M-E instead of S-M-T-W-T-F-S, you’ll have to use your smartphone in case you forget what day of the week it is.

"Weekday Pillbox" from Supreme's Spring/Summer 2015 collection.

“Weekday Pillbox” from Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection.

Supreme’s new Spring/Summer 2015 collection will be available February 19th at their NY, LA, and London stores.

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