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Launched in 1998, by Andrew Richardson, as an outlet to showcase his friends’ works and his own work in the format of a colour magazine, with the help from Japanese publisher Little More.

Richardson moved from the UK to New York City in the late 1980s and started working as an assistant for Steven Meisel, leading him to work on Madonna’s 1992 book, “Sex”. During the process of making the book, it exposed him to the subculture of New York sex shops, rubber clothing and S&M aesthetics.

The provocative nature of sex and sexuality became the underlying theme of his magazine, publishing risqué content and erotic imagery.

In 2003, Richardson collaborated with Supreme on a collection of t-shirts based on the images from inside Richardson Magazine. In 2014, they launched a collection including t-shirts and a full cut-and-sew line using custom shapes, based on their personal philosophy of life and the brands ethos.

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