The new Burberry has made its mark with Riccardo Tisci on board as Chief Creative Director. It began with a reworked logo and monogram, and then progressed to the see-now-buy strategy he debuted with the 24-hour product releases of his introductory collection.
Tisci’s vision of the storied British label celebrates inclusivity. “It appeals to everyone no matter their age, their social standing, their race, their gender,” he shares. And its a theme that’s been largely consistent. His debut Spring/Summer 2019 collection “celebrated the heart and diversity of England” with its eclectic collection that combined elegant basics, red-carpet gowns and punk elements. Likewise, with his pre-fall 2019 collection, Tisci stuck to his mantra of appealing to the multi-generational family.
What can we expect from the iconic British fashion house this fall/winter? We’re certain we’ll be seeing the signature Burberry palette of beige with classic trenchcoats in modern variations, outerwear offerings of parkas and jackets and the season’s ‘It’ bags, that’s hot on the heels of the new TB Bag (pictured in the Spring/Summer 2019 campaign above). Watch the video above on 18 February, Monday at 1am (Singapore time) to view the collection in real time.