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Burberry Fall/Winter 21 is the latest proposal from creative director Riccardo Tisci for the iconic British brand. With the Burberry Fall/Winter 21 collection, the Italian-born designer wanted to convey what femininity means to him. And also, how it has evolved over time.
Held at the brand’s flagship store on London’s Regent Street and set against a minimalist backdrop of beige and earth tones, British artist ShyGirl opened the show with a spoken word performance.
Regarding the looks on the catwalk, as we said before, Tisci presented us with a renewed version of femininity in which earthy or golden tones predominated (for the more daring). Deconstructed coats, gold lamé tops, dresses or skirts with the British flag print or his legendary trench coats were also present.
We also have to highlight his great taste and care for accessories, especially for his aviator hats, sculpture shoes or his elastic tulle sock ankle boots. And of course, his sporty and enveloping sunglasses.
If you haven’t seen the show yet, here is the link to watch it and see what you think!