London Fashion Week: Burberry Spring 2019 Ready-to-Wear fashion show


Arguably the most anticipated show at London Fashion Week was Riccardo Tisci’s debut as creative director of fashion house Burberry, which he joined in March this year, having launched a redesign of the brand’s foundational elements and an all-consuming ad campaign.



The manifesto for the creation of a new "Kingdom" in 134 looks of the Burberry Spring 2019 Ready-to-Wear collection was loud and understandable. “The mother and the daughter, the father and the son. It’s like a patchwork or a mix of the British lifestyle,” summarized the designer after the show, adding: "I know we all talk about street, and I was one of the first, but we forget about sophisticated cut.”

The show itself was a celebration of the legacy of the brand with a 162-year history, incorporating Riccardo’s signature style, offering traditional shades of sand, caramel, coffee and chocolate, turning classic trenches into a must-have in the fall wardrobe, and a men's line packed with Tisci’s typical graphic silhouettes with references to utility clothes in accent details and accessories.

Emphasizing the label's new philosophy and abandonment to natural fur, the collection included a full range of animal prints of all kinds and colors, from minimalist zebra to mule deer prints reading "Why did they kill Bambi."