New York-based streetwear brand Supreme has been slapping its bright red logo on clothes and accessories since 1994. Over the years, it has garnered a dedicated following thanks to its regular drops of new products and styles. Now, it’s hoping to add outdoor enthusiasts to its following, as it has created a Supreme-branded Airstream travel trailer.
That’s right, if you’re looking for a caravan that’s both charming but a little gauche, Supreme has the answer.
Based on a single-axle, 22-foot Airstream travel trailer, the Supreme Airstream is part of the brand’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection.
On the outside, it keeps the signature Airstream alloy exterior, with added Supreme box logos below the windows. The standard neutral-colored awning has been replaced by a bright red one that is adorned with the Supreme box logo. Subtle.
Inside, the brand has fitted the Airstream with a host of luxuries.
Most notably is the bright red, supreme branded couch in the center. It’s made from something the brand calls “ultraleather,” a faux leather that is said to be more durable and comfortable than the stuff you peel off a cow.
A 54” by 80” mattress is squeezed into one end of the camper, and the seating area can also be transformed into a second bed for any guests you might have.
In the kitchen area, you’ll find a Moen faucet, convection microwave, stove, sink and a small refrigerator. There’s also a bathroom at the opposite end of the trailer with another Moen faucet, sink, toilet and shower. I think that makes this one of the first fashion accessories you can shower inside. Neat.
There are also a few extra creature comforts in the custom Airstream camper, like a custom flooring, TV, stereo and climate control.
The camper is part of the brand’s spring/summer collection for 2022 and will go on sale on Thursday (February 17th). There’s no word on how many Airstreams Supreme has produced or how much it will cost.
But a similarly-specced camper bought directly from Airstream starts at $80,000 and a Pottery Barn-branded trailer will set you back $157,000.
Supreme also hasn’t said whether the owner of this camper will get a set of Supreme box stickers with their order.
So, is this the collaboration we never knew we needed? And how do you rate your chances of running into a Supreme Airstream the next time you hit the campgrounds?