Burberry today unveiled its Fall Winter 2022/23 collection at an event that marked the first live show in two years. Celebrating British culture.
Burberry “Universal passport” Spring Summer 2022 men’s collection
For the presentation of the Burberry Spring Summer 2022 men’s collection, Riccardo Tisci blends feelings of freedom and solidarity in an exploration of the forces that unite and inspire us, those that make us feel alive.
Burberry “Femininity” new Fall Winter 2021/22 women’s collection
Burberry Fall Winter 2021/22 collection – A return to the animal kingdom, one of the brand’s codes. Trompe l’oeil and faux leather prints play between the natural effect and fashion. The trench coat finished in faux leather, wool with fox print and geometric inlays. Duffle coat reconstructed in faux mink and curly shearling.
Burberry new Fall Winter 2021/22 men’s collection
The Burberry Fall Winter 2021/22 men’s collection challenges and delicately reinvents traditions, inviting freedom of expression. The collection itself is dynamic and young, vibrant and alive.
Burberry presents the Olympia bag – Autumn Winter 2020 collection
The Olympia bag – first introduced on the Burberry Autumn Winter 2020 runway as part of Riccardo Tisci’s collection ‘Memories’ – is named after Olympia London, where the show was held.
Selena Gomez wearing Burberry
Selena Gomez wore a Burberry black leopard print-lined cotton gabardine trench coat, white lace panel animal print slip dress, and black cashmere silk roll-neck sweater in London today.
Gigi Hadid wearing the Burberry trackpants Monogram in New York
Gigi Hadid wore the Burberry Monogram stripe print cotton trackpants in New York. Earlier this month, Gigi made her campaign debut for Burberry with images shot by photographer Nick Knight showcasing the fashion house’s first-ever Monogram collection designed by Chief Creative Officer Riccardo Tisci.
When science and fashion meet each other: Vivienne Westwood designs the new uniforms of the Leonardo da Vinci Museum
Everything started in 2004 when Giovanni Crupi, Development Director of the National Science and Technology Museum, saw a retrospective on Vivienne Westwood in London. He immediately noticed the values and characteristics that made it a global icon.