The heritage of Burberry meets Vivienne Westwood’s iconic punk-inspired designs in Riccardo Tisci’s latest capsule collaboration.
The redefined graphic identity is already in use on Burberry’s digital presence and it is expected to be used in new advertising campaigns.
Tisci joins Burberry after more than a decade at Givenchy, where he succeeded creative giants like Alexander McQueen and Julien Macdonald in 2005
The new Givenchy collection will launch for fall next year and will include items for babies and children from one month old up to age 12.
The British Fashion Council has revealed the nominations for the prestigious awards ceremony, which features nine different categories.
Though Riccardo Tisci’s nefariously-copied sweatshirts for Givenchy are the most prominent, his romantic couture renderings of streetwear are his strength.