StockX, the world’s first online ‘stock market of things’ for high-demand consumer products, announced today that it will be adding BAPE and Palace to its growing streetwear vertical. The iconic Japanese and UK brands join industry-leading, New York-based Supreme and Kith, as the newest streetwear collections available on the platform. The catalog will include both men’s and women’s offerings and feature pieces from some of the world’s most coveted capsule collections and collaborations.

“Streetwear has been a priority of ours from the outset,” said StockX CEO and co-founder, Josh Luber. “In just two years, we have seen incredible growth across all four of our categories – sneakers, watches, handbags and streetwear. Adding BAPE and Palace to the lineup is not only an illustrative example of that growth, but a testament to our commitment of giving our users access to the brands they want in a transparent, anonymous and authentic fashion.”

The streetwear category officially launched with an exclusive collection of Supreme merchandise in October 2017. Today, StockX is the largest collection of authentic Supreme merchandise available for sale in the world. Leading the BAPE team is Scotty Newman, who joined StockX as its general manager from 3peatLA, the long-running Los Angeles-based clothing store and showroom, which was the largest BAPE reseller in the country. Kenny Locklier serves as StockX’s PALACE general manager and is responsible for the curation of what is the most complete catalogue of PALACE available online.

 

For more information, or to buy or sell on the platform, visit: www.stockx.com.

 

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