Burberry Brings "Here We Are" Photography Exhibition to Hong Kong

Capturing the brand’s most iconic moments.

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Chronicling iconic shots of British culture over the decades, Burberry‘s “Here We Are” photographic exhibition touches down in Hong Kong on November 11. Running for nine days at Queen’s Road Central, the exhibition features work by a number of photographers, including Shirley Baker, Janette Beckman, Ian Berry, and Ken Russell and has been curated by Burberry’s soon-to-depart CCO, Christopher Bailey.

Having already been presented in London in September, this will be the first time the photo exhibition will visit Asia, and will be accompanied by Burberry’s new September 2017 men’s and women’s collections. It will then travel to France to make its Paris debut, running from December 1-10.

Check out the gallery above that also features a selection of images taken from the exhibition’s London appearance.

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Alasdair McLellen, Ken Russell, Charlie Philips

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