Riccardo Tisci's SS19 Burberry Show: Deconstructed & Debonair

The heritage house served up both sportswear & tailoring.

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Riccardo Tisci‘s vision of Burberry is part heritage and part haute, aggressively styling timeless touchstones with contemporary flair. This yielded everything from trim suits subverted by padlock-and-chain accessories to a luxurious red sweatsuit, complete with fur-trimmed trench coat.

With his taste for sportswear confirmed long ago, it comes as little surprise that Tisci elected to inform his debut Burberry range with athletic inclination. However, the organization of the range was surprisingly restrained; an array of refined, resolutely opulent womenswear kicked off the runway, which emblazoned the Burberry Check and prints from the brand’s archive across draping shirts and pants belted by printed scarves. Sophisticated menswear followed, which ran the gamut from pinstripe suits to tailored shirts worn underneath tan harrington-style jackets. The Thomas Burberry monogram was unexpectedly scarce, appearing less often than the classic Burberry Check, which lined the label’s famed trench coats and various other pieces of outerwear.

From there, the collection took a turn, transforming into deconstructed T-shirts and zippered jackets printed with bold red branding. A hefty waist bag added a utilitarian aesthetic to the baggy suit trousers and sweatpants, while inspiration from cows & deer yielded referential patterns and prints. Bold photograph imagery accented short-sleeved tees and button-up shirts, with emphasis granted by cut-out tracksuits and unbuttoned trench coats. Plenty of vibrant red shades, colorful prints and contrasting collar trims kept the latter offerings firmly rooted in the realm of casual clothing.

Check out a selection of looks above and watch the entire presentation below.

Elsewhere, shop Burberry’s ultra-limited B Series line via social media.

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