Reselling Outside of Supreme London Has Been Made Illegal

An official government crackdown.

April 24th 2018

Street reselling outside the Supreme London store has seemingly been made illegal.

Reports have emerged via popular Supreme account SupTalk that undercover police from London’s Westminster Council apprehended and stopped a man from reselling a Supreme flask on the day of the recent Supreme x Lacoste drop in London.

SupTalk then posted an image showing a form with the caption: “Update: got done for £90 flask.”

It may be a result of Police cracking down on a law from section 27 of the City of Westminster Act 1999, which states: “A person who is not the holder of a street trading license or a temporary license and who engages in street trading whether or not from a stationary position in the city shall be guilty of an offense.”

It now looks like police will stop those caught reselling without a license, with the item (being re-sold) likely confiscated and a fine administered. If you’re trying to resell after drop day legally, it would appear you now have to apply for a street trading license and daily fees for selling, as well as not reselling directly outside the Supreme Store in Soho.