A room of teenagers screaming and climbing a scaffolding during Burberry’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection set a telling tone for the brand’s youthful direction under Riccardo Tisci, and the creative director has only revved up his threads of streetwear and skate-influenced looks for Resort 2020.
While expected troves like tailored suits, trench coats, and the British house’s famous plaid pattern stick to the label’s core aesthetic, a cluster of sportier wares such as joggers and fleece zip-ups bring on a refreshing approach. The color palette managed to touch a number of shades in the spectrum, including orange, green, red and yellow, with tones of wheat and navy prominent throughout for balance.
Leopard and Dalmatian prints give new life to pieces like varsity-style bomber jackets and cape-fastened tops, while a variety of puffer coats show off standout all-over photo graphics and abstract illustrations. Accessories such as bucket hats and the ever-trending waist bags finish off the fits.
Continuing to channel its inventiveness, Burberry recently highlighted its new Thomas Burberry monogram in a special capsule collection, dropping off a range of logo-heavy accessories earlier this month.