Rife with Burberry’s unmistakable nova check pattern, the collab also seems to riff on the 166-year-old brand’s storied legacy in Britain, as well as its place in the logomania canon: There’s a spin on the prototypical Burberry bootleg, the nova check baseball cap (as seen on the cover of the 2011 bestselling book, Chavs: The Demonization of The Working Class), in the form of a classic 6-panel. Elsewhere in the collection are silk pajamas, the requisite hoodies and skate decks, shearling-lined puffer jackets, and even a pair of denim shorts (!).
This is Supreme’s most capital-F Fashion collaboration since the brand named Tremaine Emory, the founder of No Vacancy Inn, as creative director in February. While they’ve been dipping a toe—or, frankly, their whole foot—into the luxury space over the last few years, Supreme’s always been into the high/low. Last year alone, capsules with Tiffany & Co., Missoni, True Religion, and…the movie Shrek continued to surprise and delight fans who eagerly await (and covet) 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 select Burberry and Supreme brick-and-mortars worldwide.