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An Official Look at the Burberry x Supreme Spring 2022 Collaboration

The anticipated team-up was recently confirmed by A$AP Nast.

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An Official Look at the Burberry x Supreme Spring 2022 Collaboration

The anticipated team-up was recently confirmed by A$AP Nast.

Following rumors and teasers, Supreme and Burberry are finally set to drop their anticipated collaboration.

Supreme is no stranger when it comes to streetwear-luxury crossovers. The New York label previously joined forces with Tiffany & Co., as well as Louis Vuitton on co-branded drops. Teaming up with Burberry this time around, the brand looked to the British house’s signatures including the weatherproof gabardine fabric used on its iconic trench coats. The same material is used on the collaborative trench coats and down puffer jackets, as well as the denim trucker jacket. The outerwear designs feature Burberry’s signature check pattern, along with the duo’s branding embroidered on the back. The same details are found on matching trousers and shorts arriving in tan, pink and denim options.

Elsewhere, the two labels have created rugby shirts, short-sleeved shirts and more emblazoned with the co-branded motif. Supreme’s Box Logo receives a check pattern makeover on tees and hoodies. Rounding out the collection are accessories such as caps, bucket hats and skate decks dressed in beige and pink check.

Peep the lookbook and above and see the full lineup down below. The Burberry x Supreme Spring 2022 collection will drop on March 10 exclusively at Burberry stores in the U.S., U.K. and Europe, while other regions will see a release date of March 12.

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