This article was published on November 21, 2022 and updated on March 28, 2023

Apparently, Balenciaga x Supreme ain't happening.

Rumors of a Balenciaga and Supreme's collection began swirling on November 19, with some leak-centric outlets claiming that an official Balenciaga x Supreme collaboration would arrive in spring.

In November 2022, Balenciaga's Spring/Summer 2023 presentation included its own take on Supreme's signature Box Logo t-shirt, almost hidden amongst the similarly outrageous products sent down the runway.

Days after the show, Balenciaga confirmed to Highsnobiety that its distressed Bogo-inspired tee wasn't a collaboration with Supreme.

It's instead just another Balenciaga spoof for the vault, in line with the brand's mock Apple tees.

Fast forward to March 28, the Balenciaga x Supreme campaign seemed to surface online, accompanying reports that the collaboration was no longer happening.

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For some reason, the Balenciaga x Supreme photos emerged on a Kanye "Ye" West fanpage. In late 2022, Ye and Balenciaga professionally separated following the rapper's anti-Semitic outbursts.

Highsnobiety has reached out to Balenciaga for a comment regarding the purported campaign photos.

The rumored cancellation of Balenciaga and Supreme's collab comes months after the French luxury house's controversial ad scandal, resulting in a sort of restart from the brand and comparatively toned-down Fall/Winter 2023 collection.

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While Balenciaga and Supreme share a few commonalities that make a linkup seem somewhat likely — wild accessories for one — many believe its a good thing that the collab was scrapped.

"Thank God," "Wouldn't cop anything based on this pics I've just seen," and "That's great, Supreme needs a revival, not a tombstone" were just some of the reactions on social media, the last one perhaps inspired by our own recent Supreme coverage.

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Teaming up with Balenciaga wouldn't have been the first time Supreme joined forces with a luxury house, as the New York skate label previously dropped hyped collections with Burberry and Louis Vuitton. This would've been Supreme's first tie-up with a Kering-owned house, though.

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