The American rapper ASAP Nast confirmed the speculation with a post of himself on Instagram wearing a denim jacket and trousers in Burberry’s signature check pattern with both brands’ logos.
He tagged Supreme’s account, as well as that of Tremaine Emory, Supreme’s new creative director, who was appointed less than a month ago, and wrote: “We back let’s go!”
Burberry Monday released the full lineup of the collection for spring 2022, featuring trench coats, down puffer jackets, denim trucker jackets, rugby, hooded sweatshirts, jeans, denim shorts, T-shirts, Crusher hats, 6-panels, and skateboards.
The drop will be released on Thursday, the day before the Burberry fall 2022 ready-to-wear show in London. The collection will be released on Saturday in Japan. The 6-Panels and Crusher hats will be available at a later date.
A leather track jacket, leather track pants, and silk pajama sets will be available exclusively at Burberry from Thursday in Europe and the U.S., and from Saturday for the rest of the world.
Following its high-profile 2017 collaboration with Louis Vuitton, the luxury world has been keen to embrace Supreme.
Last year alone, the street brand label released capsules with Emilio Pucci, Tiffany & Co. and Missoni. It has also teamed with Rimowa, Jean Paul Gaultier, Yohji Yamamoto and Junya Watanabe on additional collaborations.
Burberry is set to stage its fall runway show on Friday in London. The event will be the brand’s first runway show in front of a live audience in two years.