Supreme took to Instagram on Saturday to tease an upcoming campaign featuring André 3000, posting a picture of the rapper photographed by Deana Lawson.
While it’s unclear if André will be a part of the streetwear brand’s Fall/Winter 2022 collection, the post arrives two days after Supreme teased another launch alongside British motorsports racing driver Lewis Hamilton.
Andre 3000 is the Face of Supreme Campaign
“New Fall/Winter 2022 collection coming soon,” they captioned a picture of Hamilton wearing a leather jacket that costs a whopping $15,000.
On the music side of things, André has been relatively quiet. Back in February, the Outkast rapper appeared on the soundtrack for A24’s Michelle Yeo-starring Everything Everywhere All at Once.
André Benjamin was credited as a featured artist on the songs “My Life Without You,” “The Boxcutter,” “Dog Fight,” and “Pinky Fight.” According to Rolling Stone, 3000 played the flute on all of these records as well as on Mitski and Byrne’s duet song “This Is a Life.”
Aside from playing the double flute for passers-by as he commutes around different cities including Philadelphia, Everything Everywhere All at Once marked the first time André used a different instrument besides his voice to provide musical accompaniment to a film, per IMDb. Three Stacks also composed songs for several episodes of his mid-aughts television series Class of 3000.
Supreme is an American clothing and skateboarding lifestyle brand established in New York City in April 1994.
The brand is targeted at the skateboarding and hip hop cultures, and youth culture in general. The brand produces clothes and accessories and also manufactures skateboards.
The red box logo with “Supreme” in white Futura Heavy Oblique is thought to be largely based on Barbara Kruger’s art.
The Supreme brand is popular in China, Japan, Europe and the US.
Supreme is owned by VF Corporation.
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