Of course all eyes had to be on Riccardo Tisci as he made his runway debut with Burberry at London Fashion Week; would he live up to exception or not – there was definitely a lot riding on this show and in the midst of all of the clothes and accessories, the need for all the other aspects to work together was very important. Ricardo is building a new vision for the luxury fashion house, so, it’s important that every single detail aligns well with what he has in store for the brand.
His debut collection had a sprinkle of the past but a lot of the New. Burberry shows have always been an important highlight at the LFW; another of former creative director Christopher Bailey’s shoe Ricardo had to fill.
The previous director was at the house for 17 years and the one thing Burberry could boast of were shows that displayed very interesting yet wearable pieces. As the models walked down the wooden runway, it was a delight to see that Ricardo kept it 100 when it came down to wearable pieces.
The collection had a younger feel to it even though the show opened to a moody violin after starting 25 minutes late. The typical beige colours were very rampant in this collection as is typical of the house; however there were latex inspired outfits, coats and dresses, daring hemlines, red sportswear inspired trouser, a few evening gowns, cow print shorts, reconstructed trench, inspired leather strap slip dresses that weren’t all about the brands signature colour.
Here’s a look at Burberry’s RTW SS19 Collection…
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