Since luxury brand collaborations are so popular at the moment, we have brought together the top 7 Burberry collaborations you should know about.
The British luxury brand, Burberry, has developed a distinct style since its founding in 1856, Burberry’s signature check pattern is one instantly recognizable aspect of the fashion house.
With Riccardo Tisci as the creative director, Burberry is taking part in more and more collaborations. Tisci is expanding the audience and customers of Burberry with these new and unique collaborations. If you love a luxury brand collaboration you are in the right place as we have the top 7 Burberry collaborations that you will love!
7 Burberry collaborations
1. Burberry x Supreme
Burberry is another brand that has collaborated with the streetwear brand, Supreme to create a collection that includes simple pieces such as t-shirts and hoodies, as well as bold puffer jackets and jeans.
Just like the Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. Supreme collaborations, the classic box logo t-shirt and hoodie has received the Burberry twist – the Supreme logo now sits on a background of the classic Burberry check.
This is the first collaboration that Tremaine Emory has been a part of since he joined Supreme, and the collection of stunning pieces really doesn’t disappoint! This collaboration is available in Burberry and Supreme stores, as well as at Dover Street Market.
2. Burberry x Gosha Rubchinskiy
The Russian designer, Gosha Rubchinskiy, collaborated with the British brand back in 2017 to produce a collection that combined the history and heritage of Burberry with the rave aesthetic of the 1990s.
Iconic trench coats, jackets, jumpers, and bucket hats were all reinvented within the Burberry x Gosha Rubchinskiy collaboration, where many pieces were decorated entirely in the Burberry heritage check.
The collection perfectly combines Rubchinskiy Russian upbringing and influences with Burberry’s place in 90s fashion. This collection sold out a long time ago so the best place to find it now is on resale sites such as Vestiaire Collective.
3. Burberry x Highsnobriety
Recently, Burberry worked with fashion and lifestyle brand, Highsnobriety to release a limited edition version of the signature Lola bag.
The Lola bag, crafted from quilted cotton with a lambskin lining, is available in an exclusive pink shade and decorated with the brand’s logo. This chic bag is finished with a gold chain strap that can either be worn on the shoulder or across the body.
There are then two different dust bags available, one designed by Losel Yauch and the other by Rene Matić, each decorated with an incredible piece of artwork.
4. Burberry x Minecraft
Burberry x Minecraft is a new collaboration that has only just been released and includes not only clothing and accessories by also an adventure game that is available to download from the Minecraft Marketplace.
This collaboration brings together the exquisite craftsmanship and silhouette of Burberry clothing and accessories, with the pixilated natural world of Minecraft. There is a wide range of designs available, each inspired by the world of Minecraft and the adventures within the game.
This Logo Jacquard Wool Scarf shows the Burberry and Minecraft logos in a pixelated form to represent the aesthetic of this game.
5. Burberry x Pop Trading Company
In May 2022, Burberry announced a new collaboration with Pop Trading Company, a Japanese skate brand.
The collection from this collaboration includes hats, hoodies, trousers, blazers, and parkas, many of which are decorated with the Burberry check and a new Burberry x Pop Trading Company logo – a logo that you can see on this Baseball Cap.
The collection is available in a select few stores in Europe and the United States, but available in plenty of stores across China and Japan, as well as some items being available online. But you need to get there quickly as this collaboration will sell out fast!
6. Burberry x Isobel Napier
In 2018, Burberry announced a project all The Art of Interpretation where six artists were invited to create their own version of the famous Thomas Burberry monogram, and Isobel Napier was one of these six artists.
This new, adapted monogram was then printed on wide scarves to fully show off the new adaptation of this historical motif. Napier used a paper laser cutting technique to create her new Burberry monogram, which can be seen in the image above.
7. Burberry x Blue Period
One of the more unexpected collaborations is between Burberry and the manga series, Blue Period. This opens Burberry up to an entirely new audience and a generation who can now see their favorite characters in Burberry in the Blue Period series.
The author of Blue Period, Tsubasa Yamaguchi has discussed how Burberry is a brand they admire and has created a new character in the series named Lola after the Lola bag from Burberry. This Manga work will be available in Burberry stores in Japan, as well on the Burberry website.
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