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Supreme's Famous Box Logo Is Officially the Most Powerful in the World

Champion, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton also made the top 10.
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 A new report has declared Supreme to be the lucky brand with the most powerful logo in the world. That's right: The box logo that launched a million lineups and no small share of controversy (considering it's, um, inspired by the work of artist Barbara Kruger) is now number one on the planet. 

This is all, as Hypebeast reports, according to the shopping powerhouse Lyst (with a "y"), which compiles a list (with an "i") known as The Lyst Index. It takes the data compiled from analyzing Lyst's five million monthly shoppers to figure out who fashion's major players are at the moment. 

And right now, the most powerful of the current logo-driven climate is NYC-based Supreme. High-fashion houses like Gucci and Fendi also made the top 10, as well as more democratic brands like Champion, fueled in large part by carefully chosen collaborations. 

Here's the full rundown.     

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  1. Supreme    
  2. Champion    
  3. Fila    
  4. Prada    
  5. Fendi    
  6. Gucci    
  7. Kappa    
  8. Versace    
  9. Louis Vuitton    
  10. Celine 

Go forth and buy your sweatshirts accordingly.

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

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