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Fashion enters high school classrooms to extract its aesthetics and update all its archetypes on the catwalk.
Riccardo Tisci brings together some of the top models of the moment to star in the campaign for Burberry’s new “it bag”.
Burberry holds its first post-pandemic guest fashion show in London. Find out all the details about the show here.
Riccardo Tisci brings out his experimental side in Burberry’s new ‘Friends and Family’ creative series for its AW22 precollection.
Designer Daniel Lee, former creative director of Bottega Veneta, is at the centre of rumours of a possible move to Zara.
Burberry Open Spaces takes the brand’s adventurous spirit as a reference to highlight the value of warm garments adapted to the new weather.
Burberry’s creative director Riccardo Tisci poses an extrasensory dream to present the new collection for the SS22 season.
Burberry plays with the concept of duality in its latest campaign, uniting the men’s and women’s collections in a single format.
Burberry returns to nineties icon Naomi Campbell to star in Riccardo Tisci’s TB Summer Monogram campaign.
Burberry and Riccardo Tisci have unveiled one of their most different Spring/Summer collections to date, “Universal Passport”.
“Escapes.” This is the name of Burberry’s new proposal for FW21 that pays tribute to the outside world. It is also Riccardo Tisci’s first menswear collection.
Para promocionar su nueva campaña, Burberry lanza un video coreografiado por (LA)HORDE que apoya la creatividad de las voces del mañana.
The brand’s signature trench coat is updated with different materials, cutouts and hems to reflect Burberry’s continuing evolution
Beyond the heads of state who represent nations lies a whole historical legacy to shape national identities. Two years after the UK vote to leave the EU, designer Riccardo Tisci took over the creative direction of Burberry. The firm is presented as a heritage and culture of English heritage. Thus, the Italian designer has managed not only to recreate the history of a nation, but also to celebrate power and diversity above all.
Burberry joins the production of masks with the reinvention of a classic. These new antimicrobial masks come in two colors in a Vintage Checks print. Opportunistic or not, they are presented as the new definitive weapon against the coronavirus.
Riccardo Tisci browses the Burberry archive and the most representative codes of the British house to present his pre-collection of the SS21 season.
Burberry’s SS20 campaign, featuring faces like Benji Arvay and Freja Beha Erichsen, celebrates the brand’s past and future.
The Italian designer for the British house has grown his own identity amidst the traditional iconography around Burberry.
The Italian designer presented his second collection at the London Fashion Week, after having presented his debut for Burberry last season.
For this occasion, Burberry’s creative director had six photographers, representing different generations of talent, to capture an extract from his extensive SS19 collection of 134 looks.
With Tisci comes Burberry a fresher and more real vision that adapts to the demands of the market without losing an iota of the British essence that has elevated the brand.