A Pork Producer Is Trolling Supreme With a Fake Lookbook

In what’s truly the best new thing in fashion, a group of farmers are the stars of a new Supreme editorial released by Farmland Foods. The Missouri-based company— and America’s largest pork producer — called out the streetwear brand last week for allegedly ripping off its pastoral logo.

Farmland Foods tweeted:  “Hey #Supreme, that logo looks super familiar. We missed the drop – what do you think about sending a few our way?”

Then, the pork producer took matters into its own hands and dropped a ruggedly authentic lookbook of farmers wearing Supreme gear. The Farmland x Supreme collaboration might be a tongue-in-cheek jab at Supreme, but the photos are beautiful. From a man wearing an old flannel, shorts, and work gloves in front of a “No Trespassing” sign to another farmer posed in front of his tractor, this lookbook has the kind of genuine workwear vibe most labels can only strive for.

What do you think, @supremenewyork? #Supreme #FARMLANDxSUPREME #Farmland

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It doesn’t appear that Supreme has acknowledged Farmland Foods’ tweet, but tbh, a merch collaboration would be the best way to say sorry. And the pork producer already knows all the right phrases.  “The Fall/Winter collection: for looks as crispy as our bacon,” one caption reads.

Farmland Foods…the newest hypebeast.

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