|Born||July 22, 1963|
|Known for||Founder of Supreme|
James Jebbia (born July 22, 1963) is an American-British businessman and fashion designer. He is known for being the founder of the skateboarding shop and clothing brand Supreme New York.
As a child actor Jebbia appeared in popular British television shows ITV's Just William (1977), BBC's Grange Hill (1978) (where he played "Tommy Watson" for five episodes in series 1), and the sitcom Butterflies (1979).
In 1994, Jebbia founded clothing brand and skateboarding shop Supreme and opened its first store, on Lafayette Street in Manhattan, New York. The brand now has 11 locations worldwide, one each in Los Angeles, London, Paris, and San Francisco; two in New York; and six in Japan. Jebbia has collaborated with high-profile artists, such as Damien Hirst, Takashi Murakami and Richard Prince.
Apart from clothing, Jebbia's has also released Supreme calendars, 24-inch cruiser bikes and a Supreme book, published by Rizzoli in 2010.
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