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.
For this new line we are not talking only and obviously about sustainability but also about art. Vivienne Westwood’s Autumn Winter 2021/22 collection is inspired by the painting “Daphnis and Chloe” by the French painter Francois Boucher.
A triumph of elegance in Burberry’s Autumn Winter 2020/21 collection, which takes its cue from London, where Riccardo Tisci studied as a young designer and where he returned to live after his appointment as creative director of the brand.
Burberry presented its fashion show in London for the Spring Summer 2020 collection at Troubadour White City Theater.Riccardo Tisci, one of the most talented designers of our time, creative director of Burberry, at its third season, directs the maison taking the heart and style of the collection from house’s archives.
Burberry, now under the creative genius of Riccardo Tisci, was the protagonist of a revealing fashion show accompanied by an installation inside the bunkers of the Tate Modern museum.
Iceberg loves the street, loves to talk to the next generation, loves to make its fashion real and concrete. After the success of the street show last February during the Milan Fashion Week. now London streets
Time” is the collection that marks the end of a wonderful story between Christopher Bailey and Burberry. Between lights, rainbows and sounds to tread the catwalk historical faces of the house, including Cara Delevigne.
Fashion is a close link with time: every trend is born, is considered, appreciated and hated and then ends, after a few years or decade, returns. Then there are those “timeless” pieces, a black dress or a bag that make you immediately think of a historical period, such as paw jeans or fashion clothes.