Standout formal looks from the campaign include the black topstitch-detailed coat, the pinstriped wool suit and a camel colored cashmere single breasted coat. Each modernizes the traditional Burberry aesthetic, while pieces such as the orange oversized-print silk puffer scarf, the khaki nylon take on the classic trench coat and a Thomas Burberry Monogram-printed jacket spotlight the label’s more contemporary offerings.
Tisci said of his collection in a press release, “I wanted this collection to be a continuation of the story I began to tell in September with my debut Burberry collection. I’m focusing on establishing our codes through archive prints, house colors and iconic outerwear, while cementing the new themes I set out in my first season, including the Thomas Burberry Monogram, evening wear and tailoring.”
Take a look at the Mark Borthwick-shot campaign above, starring models such as Rianne Van Rompaey and Mariacarla Boscono. You can pick up your favorite pieces from the Burberry FW19 pre-collection via its boutiques and website.
For more Fall-ready pieces, take a look at Burberry’s all-new vintage check rain hat.
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Introducing the Autumn/Winter 2019 Pre-Collection . #MarkBorthwick captures a portfolio of imagery that celebrates the many facets of a collection that explores personal style . The Icon stripe – a new house code features on elegant silks. Here layered with an Equestrian-edged #BurberryBeige cape – a nod to the #Burberry archive and our rich heritage of horse riding . #TheTBbag is showcased in a new iteration – tan suede contrasted with white leather, complete with a modern chain strap . #BurberryPreAW19 #ThomasBurberryMonogram #BurberryGeneration