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Bacon x Supreme Is The Hottest Collab

A bacon company is trolling Supreme for biting its logo to feed the fuccbois.
IMAGE Farmland Foods
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Everything is better with bacon—even Supreme merch. 

Last week, Farmland, purveyor of pork, started beef with the the feeder of fuccbois over a hat from its SS18 collection that looked more-than-eerily similar to the company's own logo. 

Supreme, no stranger to this sort of accusation, hasn't responded. But just like Babe in Metropolis, Farmland decided to up the ante and go whole hog on an entire lookbook of Supreme fits.  

Better yet—they hired* their own farmers as models for the shoot, because as I learned upon visiting Farmland's website, they care quite a bit about staying true.     

At Farmland, we believe in true. Since 1959, we’ve been raising pork the honest way, working in partnership with American farmers. Never adding hormones or MSG. For a taste that’s undeniably true and unmistakably Farmland. Stay True.

Here are a few of our favorite fits from the Farmland SS18 Lookbook. You can see them all on their Instagram.


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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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