Back in 2018 Christopher Bailey departed Burberry after a 17 year tenure leaving some very big shoes to fill. Yet Riccardo Tisci’s stellar SS19 debut for Burberry not only set the bar for the season but also for the future of the brand and has now hit the Westfield London store.
Tisci’s blueprint for Burberry can also be seen in his latest AW19 collection, forming a language for the brand that pays homage to its British heritage combined with Tisci’s knack for Italian glamour and some fierce street styling. While the new creative director abandoned the short lived,’ see now, buy now formula’ he instigated an exciting programme of seasonal releases to keep fans on their toes. Following the formal product drop on February 27th Westfield is here to take you through the ABCs of Burberry’s fresh new look.