- Riccardo Tisci’s fingerprints were all around the high-gothic Victoriana of long, unpredictable ribbon dresses.
- The Burberry catwalk show was maybe not precisely the victorious snapshot of peppy excitement anticipated this season’s London design week, yet it was a blockbuster show of its capability.
At the point when England’s most excellent extravagance brand quickly delayed its post-pandemic re-visitation of the timetable as a sign of regard after the Sovereign’s demise, Burberry’s superb Saturday space transformed into a Monday one sandwiched among Milan and Paris-style weeks.
Instead of being held at a focal London milestone – strategically unimaginable as the capital arranged for the regal burial service – the rescheduled show was moved to a distribution center in Bermondsey, south London.
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Regardless, the show featured Burberry’s solidarity. Kanye West and Stormzy were acclaimed from the first line, while the supermodels Naomi Campbell and Bella Hadid were featured on the catwalk.