Supreme Drops A Fresh Collaboration With Burberry

Just three days ago, there was quite a buzz between streetwear enthusiasts when ASAP Nast teased a Supreme x Burberry collaboration on Instagram. The rapper was pictured wearing a denim jacket and trouser set in a pink variation of the classic Burberry plaid with both brand’s logos prominently displayed. He tagged Tremaine Emory, Supreme’s newest creative director who was appointed just a month ago. Now, the Spring 2022 collaboration is officially confirmed.

Following Supreme’s luxury partnership with Louis Vuitton back in 2017, the iconic streetwear brand has been gradually adding quite a docket of designer collections to their name. Just last year, Supreme teamed up with Emilio Pucci, Tiffany and Co., and Missoni, so we are excited to see they are continuing to expand this sector.

On Monday, the brands released a full line up of the collection and there are a lot of pieces that will inevitably be worth the hype. The Supreme x Burberry collab will feature trench coats, trucker jackets, t-shirts, and skateboard decks. Perhaps one of the most standout pieces that will cause a frenzy is the iconic Supreme box logo with the Burberry Nova Check tartan plaid. Note that the 6-panel and crusher hats will be released at a later date. The collection also consists of a leather track jacket and silk pajama set which will be available exclusively at Burberry on March 10th in the US, UK, and Europe – and on March 12th for all other markets.

The majority of the drop will be released in typical Supreme fashion – this Thursday, March 10th, on Supreme.com.

Supreme Drops A Fresh Collaboration With Burberry

Supreme Drops A Fresh Collaboration With Burberry

Supreme Drops A Fresh Collaboration With Burberry

Supreme Drops A Fresh Collaboration With Burberry

Supreme Drops A Fresh Collaboration With Burberry

Supreme Drops A Fresh Collaboration With Burberry

Supreme Drops A Fresh Collaboration With Burberry

Supreme Drops A Fresh Collaboration With Burberry

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