I remember posting a somewhat humour or interest piece on young Alex Goldberg some years ago, NY Mag have gone into considerable more detail about the kid who was made ‘famous’ through his time spent at Supreme and Nike ID’s old 255 Studio. I’m sure you will all have varied opions on this and on him, but none-the-less its an interesting story, even if its for the fact that its even a story.
"On any given day after school, you can find him strutting down Elizabeth or Mulberry or Mott, past the foundations of his barter operation. He’s worked at Supreme, the clothing store and skate shop on Lafayette. He’s helped the chefs at Peasant. On Sunday mornings, he likes to get to DiPalo’s early, before the noon rush, and stretch the mozzarella with Louie, the cheese store’s owner…"
Read on here.