Brimming with Burberry’s unmistakable nova check, the collab also appears to feature on the 166-year-old label class heritage in the UK, as well as its place in logomania: There’s a spin on Burberry’s prototype bootleg, the Czech nova baseball cap (as seen on the cover of the 2011 bestseller. Chavs: The Evils of the Working Class), as a classic 6-cell table. Elsewhere in the collection are silk pajamas, essential hoodies and skates, fur-lined jackets, and even a pair of denim shorts (!).
This is Supreme’s most expensive F fashion collaboration since the Tremaine Emory brand, founder of No Vacancy Inn, as creative director in February. While they’ve dipped a toe – or, quite frankly, a foot – into the chic space over the past few years, Supreme has always been on the high/low. Last year alone, capsules with Tiffany & Co., Missoni, True Religionand…movie Shrek continues to surprise and delight fans, who eagerly await (and crave) all of Supreme’s next moves. If you’re in that camp, you can shop the collection online at Burberry and Dover Street Market, as well as a worldwide selection of Burberry and Supreme products.