On March 11, Burberry will be staging its first show in front of a live audience in two years. But before that takes place in London, there’s another Burberry event worth jotting down in your calendar.
The British fashion house is dropping its most anticipated tie-up to date with Supreme, a brand that has owned the fashion collaboration canon.
In the past year alone, the American streetwear brand – now under the creative direction of former Yeezy and Marc Jacobs designer Tremaine Emory – had worked on capsule collections with brands such as Tiffany & Co. and Emilio Pucci among others.
Supreme/Burberry will make its drop in the United States and Europe on March 10 and move on to the rest of the world on March 12.
The Supreme/Burberry gender-neutral capsule will drop a day before Burberry’s show in both of the brands’ selected stores and e-stores in the American, British and European markets.
This will be followed by online and in-store launches at several boutiques in other parts of the world, including Burberry’s Alexandra House outpost in Hong Kong. While the collection will not be sold in stores in Singapore, do sign up on Burberry.com for updates on the launch.
The co-branded designs will prominently feature embroidery of Supreme’s iconic box logo and Burberry’s knight on a horse emblem.
Among the items that Burberry will exclusively stock are a funnel-neck jacket and a silk pyjama set. Meanwhile, Supreme will be exclusively retailing designs such as a rugby top, jeans and a skateboard. Both brands are planning to launch a six-panel cap and crusher hat at a later announced date.
Ahead, we spotlight the items from this hyped-up collaboration.