If you missed out on getting to Kanye West’s Australian Saint Pablo merch pop-up stores earlier in the year, you now have another shot at scoring some of those West-curated threads via a new password-protected website.
Pablo Supply appears to stock all the fan-favourite pieces from the recent Saint Pablo Tour, and while none of the designs are new, it would appear that fans are eating them up nonetheless.
As Complex reports, the Yeezy devotees from Kanyetothe.com were the first on the case, finding the site which appeared to be set up for friends and family, given it was password-protected.
It didn’t take long for mad fans to crack the code, which is still needed to gain access. Upon entering the code, PABLOFF#@#$312, you’ll be able to peruse through items from an array of cities, including those created for Sydney and Melbourne.
For anyone concerned the site might be a scam, chill. The online store has been set up by digital agency Fame House, which is operated by Universal Music Group (which has released some of West’s music). Also, the ‘Help’ page kindly directs you to a Kanye West-branded email, [email protected]
However, much like the Aussie pop-up stores, stock is limited. By the looks of things, both Sydney and Melbourne may have already sold out on some of their options.
Catch images of some of the Aussie items available, below.