The show opened with smart, sensual feminine fits in neutral tones. The collection, as a whole, was called Kingdom and was broken into three parts: refined, relaxed, and evening. In his former role at Givenchy, Tisci mastered both the high-octane art of red carpet elegance as well as capturing the streetwear audience – and here he was showing that his Burberry is both, that he’s designing for everyone.
He also presented the new Burberry Monogram on his first runway shoe for Burberry which was developed in collaboration with designer Peter Saville and you could find the pattern reproduced also on the shoes.
There is something for everyone and for every occasion. Sporty and Ath-luxe elements are ripe, the classic trench has a makeover, animal prints — with a special mention to cow hide prints — dominate, and the all new revamped logo is prominently placed on belts and bags. Here, go inside Tisci’s debut collection.