Riccardo Tisci Introduces His First Festive Campaign for Burberry

Featuring Boychild, Wu Tsang, Sasha Pivovarova, Lea T, and more.

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Burberry has just released a full look at its newest campaign for the 2019 holiday season. This new campaign is effectively Riccardo Tisci’s first festive campaign with the label since being appointed Chief Creative Officer of Burberry.

For this year’s festive campaign, Tisci instills the feeling of togetherness, or in other words, “a campaign for everybody, everywhere at a time for union, love, and family.” Enlisting friends close to the Burberry family, the lookbook features the likes of Carla Bruni, Fran Summers, Zhou Dongyu, Shay, Ikram Abdi Omar, Lea T, Boychild, as well as brand ambassadors Ah In Yoo, Mahmood, and Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

View the entire Burberry Holiday 2019 campaign above, where it will run until the end of December of this year.

In other fashion news, Stüssy is set to open a new Chapter Store in Milan.

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