Rarely has any fashion week felt like its success was riding on one brand. Yet that’s very much the mood entering the next edition of London Fashion Week, when all eyes will be on Riccardo Tisci's debut at Burberry.
Burberry has released more details of how its see-now, buy-now strategy is evolving under Riccardo Tisci with limited edition pieces from his first collection to be available through a series of 24-hour product releases.
Burberry's new creative director Riccardo Tisci, who arrived at the storied British fashion house in March 2018, has unveiled a new logo and monogram for the label. Both were created by Peter Saville Studio.
Vivienne Westwood won the latest honor in a brilliant career this weekend in Italy, though when one talks to this British Dame it’s abundantly clear she is much more interested in the climate change than in clothes.
A successful Farfetch collab and work to boost its luxe edge helped Burberry's Q1, while a move to more frequent, exciting drops alongside a September runway collection hitting stores in February are key for the future.
Designers do love the unexpected. In a major surprise, the house of Burberry has revealed it will launch a limited edition collection with iconic British designer Vivienne Westwood. It will debut in early December.
Burberry seems to be on track with its transformation plan with sales and profits not suffering as it enters a period of fast change. But tough comparisons and regional variations also had an impact on its latest year.