A Supreme x Rolex Collaboration Might Be In The Works

A Supreme x Rolex Collaboration Might Be In The Works

A Supreme x Rolex Collaboration Might Be In The Works
A Supreme x Rolex Collaboration Might Be In The Works
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Following a tease of its upcoming Fall/Winter 2022 collection and a campaign image featuring rapper André 3000, rumor has it that Supreme might be working on an exclusive collaboration with Rolex.

Supreme insider Supreme DROPS was the one to circulate the potential drop with a mockup featuring a Supreme x Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date release for FW22. According to the mock, the Supreme x Rolex watch will have stainless steel construction along with a bright red dial marked with “Supr” in white, taking inspiration from the imprint label’s iconic Box Logo motif.

If the collaboration does come to fruition, the Supreme x Rolex team-up will be one of its most significant partnerships for the season and would mark the second collaboration between the two brands. In 2013, the duo teamed up for a 40mm Supreme x Rolex Submariner timepiece which sported a classic look with a black bezel and dial, Supreme’s Box Logo, and a “FUCK EM” phrase in bold red. The watch now holds a value of upwards of $100,000.

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