Known for its unique collaborations, Supreme partnered with Airstream designers on a select number of Silver Bullet travel trailers. Inspired by the unique identity and visual appeal of the Supreme store on Lafayette Street in Lower Manhattan, the travel trailer interior conveys the same cultural gravitas that has inspired designers, artists, and creators since 1994. The 22-foot Silver Bullet includes white walls and cabinets, a natural wood floor, and trademark Supreme finishes throughout the cabin and exterior.
Partnering with like-minded brands brings fresh ideas to the table – and new ways of traveling with all the comforts of home.
Great things happen when great minds think alike. That's the philosophy behind our collaborations – the partnerships that elevate the travel experience and push our designs beyond conventional thinking. Step inside some of our past collaborations, and see how these partnerships have influenced an icon.
REI Co-op (2022)
Built ruggedly to explore and protect the outdoors, the REI Co-op Special Edition Basecamp brings together two legendary outdoor brands in our most sustainable travel trailer to date. The all-new interior decor features green accents that take cues from REI retail locations and helps bring the outdoors inside. Constructed from environmentally friendly, lightweight materials, with innovative water conservation features and an optional composting toilet and exclusive solar upgrade, the eco-footprint is not only lighter – it’s heavy on the cool factor.
Pottery Barn (2021)
The Pottery Barn Special Edition is comfortable, connected, and capable of letting you travel anywhere while feeling like you’re always home. The 28-foot travel trailer features custom furniture based on best-selling Pottery Barn designs, tailor-made storage solutions, SMART Control technology, and a timeless design aesthetic. It's not just a gorgeous way to experience the world – it sets a new standard for a well-traveled life.
Launched in 2018, Nest began as a collaboration between fiberglass RV designer and entrepreneur Robert Johans, automotive designer Bryan Thompson (who worked on the initial Basecamp design), and the Airstream engineering team. At 16 feet, Nest included a wet bath, wrap-around convertible dinette, and panoramic windows that let in the natural world outside. While Nest is no longer in production, it continues to be one of the most beloved and unique Airstreams out on the road.
Tommy Bahama (2017)
Airstream partnered with Tommy Bahama® to design a limited edition travel trailer committed to living the good life in a luxurious package. Inspired by a mutual love of freedom, relaxation, and adventure, the Tommy Bahama Relax Edition was built to evoke the feeling of island life - no matter where the road led. The Relax Edition featured a backlit minibar, custom accessory kit, colorful seating and bedding fabrics, a rear hatch with surfboard-inspired dinette, and special touches like leather cabinet handles and hardwood louvered doors. The interior design proved so popular that it was incorporated into Airstream touring coach models in later years.
Airstream collaborated with Pendleton Woolen Mills to celebrate the centennial of the National Park Service and create 100 numbered, limited edition travel trailers. It included the rear hatch, and the dark wood and western design elements made the Pendleton succeed as a mobile mountain cabin ready-made for adventure. Designed to sleep up to six people, it was perfect for big families or larger groups of friends.
Eddie Bauer (2011)
The Eddie Bauer Special Edition Travel Trailer combined the rear hatch of the PanAmerica with the design style of Eddie Bauer. The rear hatch opened up to reveal the lounge area of the trailer, with seats that folded up to make room for gear storage. And all around the trailer were special Eddie Bauer design choices, bedding, and accents.
Like the legendary Swiss Army Knife, the details of this travel trailer are precise, clean and sure to last a lifetime. In celebration of the 125th anniversary, 125 very fortunate adventurers had the opportunity to purchase one of these numbered Special Edition units. This limited Special Edition 19-foot travel trailer is unlike any other Airstream ever produced, featuring Victorinox-inspired design elements coupled with Airstream's famous quality construction. With a collection of Victorinox Swiss Army timepieces, kitchen cutlery, Swiss Army Knives and accessories included, this partnership enhanced all camping adventures.
Design within Reach (2008)
In 2008, Design Within Reach collaborated with Airstream and architect and designer Christopher C. Deam on a model that reimagined the Airstream interior, and the result has influenced Airstream design ever since. The collaboration extended beyond Deam to other notable designers. It featured a Ball Clock from George Nelson, a Wire Coat Rack from Tom Dixon, and Paul Smith striped upholstery by Maharam.
With a sixteen-foot floor plan, this unique travel trailer featured an ocean-inspired interior including blue floral prints on the curtains, a surf scene on the shades of the wall sconces, and space to store your surfboard or gear.
75th Anniversary Bambi (2006)
A collaboration with designer Dave Winnick, this 19-foot travel trailer blends cues from 1940s tailoring with modern-day materials. Only 75 units were produced of this ultra-rare anniversary edition.
International CCD (2002)
In 1998, architect, photographer, and modern design enthusiast Christopher C. Deam gutted and re-designed a Bambi in his workshop in California. His choices to simply use the exposed aluminum as the walls, use pops of bright colors as accents, and introduce technology like halogen lights caught the attention of Airstream and inspired them to collaborate on an official design. The International CCD debuted in 2002, and inspired many of the details in today’s Airstream travel trailer interiors, from the cabinet finishes to the translucent locker doors.