Vivienne Westwood, Burberry Unite Punk and Tradition With Collaboration

CHECKMATE: Vivienne Westwood and Burberry have lifted the veil on their collaboration, with the release of their joint campaign that’s filled with an array of new and old faces dressed in head-to-toe vintage Burberry check.
Shot by David Sims, the campaign features a series of raw, candid portraits that have a whiff of Nineties nostalgia.
Kate Moss poses in a check shirt and matching high-waisted pants; Sistren, a group that creates podcasts about the stories of queer black women, are in mini kilts, knee-high socks and bucket bags all re-created in Burberry check, while musician Leonard Emmanuel wears an oversize T-shirt with the slogan “Cool Earth has a plan to save the rainforest.”

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The idea for the limited-edition collaboration, Riccardo Tisci’s first, was to take a unisex approach and create a “union of punk and tradition” by reinventing some of Westwood’s most famous pieces — from berets, to lace-up platform shoes and kilts — using a vintage variation of the Burberry check.
Burberry’s chief creative officer and Westwood also came together to support the nonprofit organization Cool Earth. Westwood plans to customize four T-shirts to be auctioned off with funds going toward supporting Cool Earth.
The collection is available on the

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Rei Kawakubo Corrals Gucci, Burberry, Margiela for Holiday Collabs

NEW YORK — They don’t call her “the designer’s designer” for nothing.
Rei Kawakubo convinced a fleet of marquee designers — including Gucci’s Alessandro Michele, Burberry’s Riccardo Tisci, Maison Margiela’s John Galliano and couturier Jean Paul Gaultier — to allow her to design a special holiday item, based on a clothing item, accessory or design fragment each submitted. Kawakubo’s only suggestion: something iconic.
The nine items, considered part of Comme des Garçons’ annual holiday campaign, are to go on sale today in Kawakubo’s boutique network in Japan, and then roll out to other Comme des Garçons and Dover Street Market locations on Dec. 6.
The other invitees are Walter Van Beirendonck, Simone Rocha, Craig Green, Marine Serre and Stüssy, telegraphing the range of Kawakubo’s cultural antennae, and her diverse tastes.
“I think it’s more than a bunch of collaborations,” said Adrian Joffe, president of Comme des Garçons International and chief executive at Dover Street Market, adopting the language of the Grinch in characterizing the project as far more than the sum of its parts. “It’s about inclusivity: How people can come together and work together.” (The Grinch ultimately concluded that Christmas, more than just presents, means a little bit more.)
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Burberry Men’s and Women’s Autumn/Winter 2019 Pre-Collection

Riccardo Tisci has just begun to make his mark on Burberry, so it’s no surprise that he’s traveling the path set out in September, doing women’s and men’s clothing for multiple generations and moments in the day.
Burberry’s chief creative officer said he wanted this collection to be a continuation of the story he began telling earlier this year. “I’m focusing on establishing our codes through archive prints, house colors and iconic outerwear, while cementing the new themes I set out last season.”
Tisci built on his beloved animal motifs: Gorilla faces stared out from T-shirts while unicorns galloped over a padded, silk shawl. A leopard collar curled around the neck of a Dalmatian print car coat while leather bridle straps, a nod to the old Burberry knight-on-horseback logo, adorned trenches and suit jackets. A faux patchwork shearling coat bowed to the house’s new anti-fur policy.
The new TB monogram, which Tisci unveiled earlier this year, was out in force, transformed into dark green camouflage for a hoodie, shorts and a cape, and in a more delicate iterations on scarves, satin skirts and silk blouses. The intertwined TB popped as a big logo on a punchy orange puffer vest, while a shadowy TB motif

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Burberry, Givenchy and Victoria Beckham Among Fashion Awards Nominees

TO THE FINISH LINE: Craig Green, JW Anderson, Dior Homme, Martine Rose and Burberry have been shortlisted for the top prizes at The Fashion Awards, which will take place in London next month.
The British Fashion Council released the names during an event on Tuesday morning. The awards are held in partnership with Swarovski.
The 10 categories nod to designers and brands that have made strides over the past 12 months. Winners will be announced on Dec. 10 at the Royal Albert Hall.
Green, Anderson, Dior Homme, Martine Rose and Burberry are up for the top men’s wear prize, while Givenchy, Jonathan Anderson, Roksanda, Simone Rocha and Victoria Beckham have been nominated for the women’s wear one.
In the running for British emerging talent men’s wear, brands include Cottweiler, Art School, Kiko Kostadinov, Phoebe English and A-Cold-Wall.
Competing for British emerging talent in women’s wear, nominees include Matty Bovan, A.W.A.K.E., Rejina Pyo, Richard Quinn and Aries.
Other categories include accessories designer of the year, brand of the year, business leader, designer of the year, model of the year and urban luxe.
The Fashion Awards have added a new element to their awards, New Wave: Creatives. It will shine a light on inspiring international young talent. Some 100 finalists from across the industry

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Riccardo Tisci Sets Collaboration With Vivienne Westwood at Burberry

LIVING INSPIRATION: Riccardo Tisci is set to work with one of his original design inspirations, Vivienne Westwood.
Burberry’s chief creative officer, who will unveil his first collection for Burberry in September, announced the Westwood collaboration on Instagram earlier today.
“Vivienne was one of the first designers who made me dream to become a designer,” Tisci wrote. “I am SO honored to announce a new Burberry collaboration with the original British Punk.”
The limited-edition collection will feature re-imagined signature styles from Burberry’s archive and it will launch in December 2018. Proceeds from the collaboration will support Cool Earth, a non-profit organization whose mission is to halt rainforest deforestation.
“When I first started at Burberry, I knew it would be the perfect opportunity to approach her to do something. She is a rebel, a punk and unrivalled in her unique representation of British style, which has inspired so many of us. I am so incredibly proud of what we will be creating together.”
Tisci succeeded Christopher Bailey as chief creative officer at Burberry in March. He previously held the role of creative director at Givenchy, from 2005 to 2017.
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Christopher Bailey Reflects on Legacy – and Life After Burberry

Winding down his 17-year tenure at Burberry with a colorful collection that had a streetwise edge, Christopher Bailey was in a “chipper” yet reflective mood before his show.
In a wide-ranging chat, he spoke about his achievements, a few regrets, his future in fashion, and his role in Burberry’s creative transition:
WWD: How did it feel to design your last collection?
Christopher Bailey: It felt poignant. I had a lot of reflection, but I’m so serene with the decision and it just feels right. I feel extraordinarily privileged that I’ve been able to be somewhere that I have loved so deeply for 17 years. I just feel very calm and chipper about it.
WWD: You are under contract until the end of the year. How long will you stay?
C.B.: My last real working day is March 31, when I step down from my role and then I’m in advisory capacity to the board all the way through to December — as and when they need me. It’s clearly formal and contractual, but it’s not like I need to go there every day.
WWD: You stuck with see-now-buy-now for your last show?
C.B.: As I said when we started this see-now-buy-now, we don’t have all the answers

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Burberry Hosts a Bevy of Stars for Bailey’s Farewell Show

CHECKING OUT: Saturday night’s Burberry show was nothing short of a Christopher Bailey love-in, with staffers getting teary eyed and celebrity guests gushing about the designer who’s leaving after nearly two decades at the brand.
“Of course I’m here to support him — he’s been so generous to me, dressing me for years for different events,” said the actor Idris Elba. Naomi Watts said she wanted to be there because “I like Christopher – he’s a really lovely person to spend time with.”
More than 1,300 guests attended the show including Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Keira Knightley, Michelle Dockery, Naomie Harris, Iris Law, Lily James, Jourdan Dunn, Kate Mara, Chelsea Clinton, Paloma Faith, Liam Gallagher, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Daphne Guinness and Stephen Jones.
When they weren’t gushing about Bailey, they were talking about their projects for the stage and screen.
Miller said she’s still recovering from the West End run of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” and is about to promote “The Burning Woman,” an American drama in which she plays a woman named Deb. “But I don’t set myself on fire and the film is not related in any way to Burning Man (festival),” she said.
Watts, meanwhile, has two films in the pipeline,

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Burberry Named Most Popular British Brand on Instagram

ALL IN THE NUMBERS: Burberry is the most popular British brand on Instagram, according to data set to be released Friday from Iconosquare, a social media analytics firm.
According to the group’s annual British brands report, Burberry nabbed the top slot for the second year in a row. The brand has more than 10.4 million followers, followed by Topshop at 9.2 million; Jimmy Choo, 7.3 million; Asos.com, 6.6 million; Alexander McQueen, 5.3 million, and Stella McCartney, 4.5 million.
The report also noted that “British brands have a long way to go,” and pointed to Nike, which has 75.2 million followers; Victoria Secret, 57.7 million followers, and Chanel, 25 million. All three top the global list.
“Burberry should be especially pleased with their efforts as they have topped our British brands on Instagram study for the second year running and boosted their follower count by over 2 million over 12 months,” said Romain Ouzeau, chief executive officer of Iconosquare.
“A strong social media presence is an essential component of any successful marketing strategy. The top ten most popular British brands on Instagram have all been able to successfully promote aspirational lifestyles to a wide audience of people and will reap rewards this holiday season.”

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Burberry to Mount ‘Here We Are’ Exhibit, Reveals New Show Venue

NEW SHOW SPACE: Burberry will mount a photography exhibit titled “Here We Are,” to bow during London Fashion Week next month at the brand’s new show venue in Clerkenwell. The label will stage a runway show on Sept. 16 at 7 p.m..
“When we started thinking about curating ‘Here We Are’, I knew I wanted it to celebrate a certain strand of British photography that I have always loved,” said Christopher Bailey, president and chief creative officer at Burberry. “One which documents the many and varied tribes and clans and classes that make up this island of ours. It has been an extraordinary privilege to gather together this collection of photographs that have influenced me so much over the years. They provide a portrait of British life, in all its nuances, both exceptional and mundane, beautiful and harsh. It’s the spirit of those photographs – sometimes ironic, sometimes tender, always truthful – that has guided our September collection. Together they will form an exhibition in our new show space, celebrating a very British way of life and way of dressing.”
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Burberry RTW February 2017

It’s all change at Burberry, and not just from a business and marketing point of view. Christopher Bailey shifted direction for this second see-now-buy-now coed outing, inspired by one of his longtime lodestars, Henry Moore, the Yorkshire artist and sculptor famous for his off-balance proportions and chunky, curving bronzes. The Moore aesthetic doesn’t exactly jibe with the modern beauty ideal — what woman wants a breast at waist level and a foot like a T-bone steak? — which made Bailey’s choice intriguing.
The show was a departure on many levels — Burberry loves color and this collection came mainly in black, white, gray and a faded, workwear blue, the latter drawn from the everyday wardrobe of the artist himself. It was also Bailey’s most conceptual collection for Burberry, a purveyor of classic fare — the trench, the check, the military coat.
Bailey, who plans to return full-time to the design studio in July, when he’ll relinquish his chief executive role to Marco Gobbetti, tore everything up in the name of the artist, and the result was an abstract take on the brand’s staples.
Trenches were roomy and robust, with thick cuffs and chunky half-belts at the back, while asymmetric knits looked as if they were pieced together. Some

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Burberry Pre-Fall 2016

Christopher Bailey’s first collection under the single Burberry label featured lush outerwear, military references and nods to the sporting life in the form of Burberry-emblazoned cashmere sweatshirts and striped zip-front cardigans. It was a pleasing play on proportion and texture with none of the grungy edge of the spring collection.
 
Bailey glammed up everyday outerwear with fur, doing up duffles in a mix of raccoon and fox; whipping white shearling into oversize aviator jackets or a double-breasted coat, and slipping a raccoon collar onto a trench-inspired cape. On the slimmer side, there was a sleek, belted cinnamon suede trench with a wide collar and a wink to the Seventies.
 
Spring’s military theme marched on into pre-fall in the form of dark cropped jackets, dramatic capes and fitted, elongated coats with rows of shiny buttons and red contrast piping on pockets and collars.
 
Dresses, skirts and coats showcased the collection’s signature detail — a contrast luggage-stitch motif that ran daintily over wispy silk crepe dresses, stretch denim skirts and wool boot-cut trousers.

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Burberry, Mario Testino Tap Into Snapchat

BURBERRY AND SNAPCHAT, TAKE TWO: Burberry is taking to Snapchat again, this time recoding the production of its spring 2016 ad campaign for the ephemeral social network.
The brand tapped Mario Testino to shoot images and video of the making of the campaign in London Thursday to create an exclusive campaign for Snapchat followers. Testino will publish content in real time to the brand’s Snapchat account starting at noon and the images and videos will disappear after 24 hours.
Last month, Burberry partnered with Snapchat on a multitiered program surrounding its spring runway show. In addition to snapping sneak peaks of looks the day before they were sent down the runway, there was Live Story coverage of the show (including both crowdsourced and brand-created content).

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Burberry, Luxottica Renew Licensing Agreement

Burberry Group has renewed its licensing agreement with Luxottica Group SpA for the design, production and worldwide distribution of the British brand’s eyewear collections. The 10-year pact has been extended through 2025.
“I am delighted that we will continue to work with Luxottica under this new agreement,” said Burberry chief creative and chief executive officer Christopher Bailey. “Eyewear is an exciting area of our business combining great design with fine craftsmanship in much the same way as many of our iconic products. We look forward to continuing to partner with the industry leader in eyewear, to further unlock the potential of our two brands.”
“We’re incredibly pleased to renew our partnership with Burberry,” said Luxottica chief executive officer of markets Adil Khan. “When we came together 10 years ago, we set out to translate one of the world’s most iconic luxury brands for the eyewear category and the results have been very gratifying. Burberry will continue to play an important role in our brand portfolio and we look forward to continuing to innovate and craft beautiful products together in the years ahead.”
Along with operating house brand’s Ray-Ban, Oakley, Vogue Eyewear, Persol, Oliver Peoples, Alain Mikli and Arnette, Luxottica also produces and distributes the

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Burberry Hits Hollywood

To fete the opening of its Rodeo Drive flagship, Burberry brought a massive dose of British flavor to one of Hollywood’s most iconic locations, Griffith Observatory. “I wanted to be able to celebrate the store in a special way because this is a showman’s city. This is where James Dean shot ‘Rebel Without a Cause.’ That was such a big film moment, and I just thought if we could bring a little of London to that scenic environment, then that would be something extraordinary,” said Christopher Bailey Thursday night.
He brought more than a little: wrought-iron Georgian gates from London gave way to English lavender and rose gardens overlooking the Hollywood sign. Flutes of Champagne and several string quartets kept 600-plus guests — including the Beckham brood, Mila Kunis, Rose Byrne, Jason Statham, Dylan Penn and Kate Beckinsale; a gaggle of models (Cara Delevingne, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Suki Waterhouse), and a handful of musicians (Jamie Hince, Ellie Goulding, Matt Bellamy, Alison Mosshart) occupied until sunset. “Now this says, ‘We are a fashion house,’ ” noted Ashley Madekwe approvingly. “This is not some cocktail soiree on a rooftop; this is Griffith Park Observatory. It’s very grand.”
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Burberry to Celebrate Rodeo Drive Flagship

BURBERRY’S WEST COAST RETURN: Burberry will throw its splashiest L.A. party to date when it rolls out the plaid carpet April 16 at the Griffith Observatory. The celebration of fashion, music, and Britishness (hipster band no doubt TBA) follows the unveiling of the company’s Rodeo Drive flagship last November. Chief creative and chief executive officer Christopher Bailey, who will host the party, said, “It is an incredible honor and a huge privilege to be able to bring a little bit of Burberry’s hometown of London to such an iconic venue in the heart of Los Angeles. Griffith Observatory is a truly inspiring place.”
Securing the location took months of negotiations and permits, after which Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti said, “I’m excited to welcome Burberry to the City of Angels. Los Angeles is where the world comes to introduce what’s next, and as the apparel capital of the United States, our city is the ideal setting for iconic and innovative brands like Burberry to shine.” Elsewhere in the city, the house also sponsored The Hammer Museum exhibit “Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio,” on view in Westwood until 24 May.

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Burberry Creates Capsule Collection for Barneys

A look from Burberry XO Barneys New York.

The brand has created a capsule collection — Burberry XO Barneys New York — inspired by its Prorsum collection.

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