A loosely autobiographical novel inspired by an obsession for the global fashion phenomenon and brand, Supreme. David travels with his friend Camilla from New York to Japan and England to visit every Supreme store location on the globe.
New York City
This city that has brought life back into me. This city that has brought air back into my lungs. This city that has made me feel more alive in three minutes, than I have in three years.
There’s a rule in New York if you’ve lived there long enough. If you see someone crying, in pain, on the street, you let them be.
Making friends is actually really, really hard.
I think of other places that might want me better. Anywhere but here, it felt like, and I would be happier. And it made me so sad.
If you want to spread your arms wide and circle around with glee as you take in the New York City scenery, do it on the right side of the sidewalk. The right side is for standing or slow pedestrians while the left side is for passing.
Don’t expect to have plans every single night. You will not be running around the city bright-eyed and a little tipsy, holding the hand of a cute boy who rides motorcycles every evening. (But sometimes you will).
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There were many times we became Ross and Rachel and took many breaks. But I couldn’t stay away, I found myself running back every chance I could.
It was 6 AM when Libby’s flight from San Francisco arrived. Our eyes met and she came towards me, wearing an Indian dress with earth colors and little mirrors, carrying Mark Twain’s Letters from the Earth.