A year after debuting his first collection at Burberry, chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci continues to chart a new path forward for the storied brand; one that combines its very British heritage and Tisci’s own sense of Italian elegance with a streetwear edge. This season that meant suiting with crystal-embossed pinstripes, men’s hoodies with lace detailing, and several permutations of the brand’s classic trench coat (including one instance where it was reimagined as a train for a cocktail dress). Of course, wherever Tisci goes, supermodels are sure to follow. Not only did a suddenly blonde Kendall Jenner, Irina Shayk, and Gigi and Bella Hadid all walk, but the show also marked the first time late-aughts icon Agyness Deyn has walked a runway since 2015 (she’s been busy lately acting in projects like Her Smell, getting married, and having a child). The front row attracted style icons new and old like Isabelle Huppert and Hunter Schafer, but also half-a-music festival's worth of talent including Rosalía, FKA Twigs, Dua Lipa, British rapper Octavian, and Italian crooner Mahmood.
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