Tag results for: Leah McSweeney


Supreme Dropped $10 Million Lawsuit Against Married To The Mob

A resolution has been reached to end an episode that certainly “ruffle many feathers” within the streetwear culture. Filed on June 17th, Supreme and owner James Jebbia officially dropped their $10 million lawsuit against label Married to the Mob, one of the first female-centric streetwear label, and … READ MORE


Supreme Just Filed a US Federal Trademark for Its Box Logo

Since nothing is ever coincidental with the success of apparel brand Supreme, it seems there is another reason behind the ongoing legal spat between its owner James Jebbia and Leah McSweeney, founder/designer of Married to the Mob, another New York-base streetwear brand. The world got wind of … READ MORE


Barbara Kruger Responds to Supreme’s Lawsuit

The online streetwear community is buzzing about the court case that sees Supreme filing suit against Married to the Mob for $10 million, alleging that founder Leah McSweeney and her upstart brand is — in owner James Jebbia’s own words — “trying to build her whole brand … READ MORE


Supreme’s James Jebbia $10M Suit Against Married to the Mob

It’s not often you see lawyers in suits in streetwear shops, but this particular case has the potential to heat up very quickly. Late last month, the prolific brand Supreme has filed suit against Leah McSweeney’s Married To The Mob, claiming $10 million dollars in damages due to … READ MORE


Married To The MOB x Casio Baby-G – Launch Party | Event Recap

It is a “never fail” proposition that when you combine the ladies from MTTM with a party of any kind, the results will always be “fun and messy”. Case in point, the recent launch event for the label’s newest collaboration with Casio Baby-G. Unlike under endeavors by … READ MORE


Married To The MOB Spring 2011 Collection | Delivery 2

No one else can really top Lady Gaga and Supreme, with the exception of the original Queen B!@ch of New York City, Leah McSweeney of MTTM. Along with “Sweet 16″ sister Sarah, long time MOB member Tabitha and others, built up a movement of “street smart, tough … READ MORE