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Riccardo Tisci - Burberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection

The energy of water as a symbol of regeneration and youth for Burberry’s Spring Summer 2021 collection

In a sort of modern mythology, Burberry’s Spring Summer 2021 collection tells the love story between a mermaid and a shark: a fairy tale with an unexpected plot, set in the deep ocean, whose water becomes the reference model for Chief Creative Officer Riccardo Tisci.

Burberry reveals Autumn_Winter 2020 Pre-Collection Campaign c Courtesy of Irina Shayk, Burberry © Danko Steiner

Burberry  reveals Autumn Winter 2020 Pre-Collection

‘I have always been drawn to the notion of duality and viewing things from two perspectives – bringing a depth and contrast to a person or a concept. This campaign explores this idea of mirroring, a theme which I established as a house code in the new Burberry identity.’

Anna Ross, Junior Vasquez, He Cong, Mammina Aker, Shayna McNeil and Alexis Chaparro

Riccardo Tisci partners with Danko Steiner and Nick Knight for Autumn Winter 2019 Burberry campaign

‘At the core of what we are doing at Burberry is a passion for the house to become an identity and a lifestyle – one that transcends barriers and is inclusive to all.
This campaign explores the many facets of British culture and how they coexist. Together, Danko and Nick celebrate the importance of self-expression and identity through their own distinct lenses.’

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.