The new collection (previously rumored to be on the horizon) features a trench coat, down puffer jacket, denim trucker jacket, skateboard, and more. The rollout for the pieces, however, will be split across both brands.
The aforementioned pieces, for example, are among those that will be available via Supreme starting March 10. Also starting March 10, Burberry will exclusively offer a silk pajama set, leather track jacket, and leather track pants.
Below, get a closer look at the accompanying range of Bolade Banjo-shot campaign images, as well as a selection of product shots. Styling for the campaign shots was handled by Max Pearmain, with makeup by Bea Sweet and hair by Issac Poleon.
This week, Burberry is set to stage its Fall 2022 show in London. Supreme, meanwhile, is fresh off its announcement of Tremaine Emory being named the brand’s new creative director. The Denim Tears founder and No Vacancy Inn co-founder was confirmed to have taken on the role last month, with ASAP Nast later tagging the designer on IG (see below) when teasing the impending Burberry collab.