Now, this is Supreme bling-bling, honey!
New York City street swag-meets-sterling silver showpieces in Supreme and Tiffany & Co.’s collaborative offering of choice charms and chains — christened the “Return to Tiffany” collection.
“Supreme has worked with Tiffany & Co. on a new collaboration for fall 2021,” the youth-culture clothing colossus wrote on Instagram Monday, debuting the dazzling dangles it’s created in partnership with the little blue box luxury brand.
Snaps of the avant-garde accessories — which were “inspired by pieces originally launched in the 1960s” — showcase the stylish desirables, such as the unisex oval tag pearl necklace and the edgy heart-shaped keyring that doubles as a pocket knife.
The jazzy jewelry line is set to drop on Nov. 11, but won’t be available in Japan until Nov. 13.
And each piece is embossed with the phrase “Please Return To” which arches above Supreme’s insignia, a “New York” stamp — a nod to the apparel and jewelry brands’ Big Apple roots — and the number “925” in honor of Tiffany’s sterling silver marker.
Tiffany’s trendy tie-up with Supreme closely trails its breathtaking “About Love” collab with Beyoncé, 40, and Jay-Z, 51.
The buzzy campaign saw Queen Bey serenading her music mogul hubby with a soulful rendition of “Moon River” while wearing the iconic 128-carat Tiffany Yellow Diamond.
The “Lemonade” luminary’s ambassadorship, as well as the Supreme mash-up, comes as a part of Tiffany & Co.’s mission to diversify its clientele under the trademark’s new tagline: “This is Not Your Mother’s Tiffany.”
The posh brand’s fresh bend towards cool-kid culture comes thanks to Alexandre Arnault, the newly-appointed executive VP, product & communication, at Tiffany & Co.
The ritzy retailer — owned by French conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, and renown for catering to the swanky upper crest since its 1837 founding — recently welcomed a fleet of popping spokespeople including Hailey Bieber, NBA ballet Kyle Kidman, singer Rosé, as well as actresses Tracee Ellis Ross and Anya Taylor-Joy.