|Pre-Fall Collection AW 2019|
I was quite worried about the vision of new chief creative director for Burberry, Riccardo Tisci, for some time, up until recently. When he made his debut with the British high end designer label back in March, 2018, he really did push things to the extreme with his collections in the beginning. Fashionistas and style gurus on social media were quite disgruntled by Tisci's new revolutionary vision, while I wondered where on earth all of the classics had disappeared to. Was this the end of Burberry's heritage as we knew it?
I have been in awe of Burberry's classics designs for many years now, especially when Christopher Bailey was at Burberry's helm. When he left, I was quite devastated and a little apprehensive and wondered what would be next for the brand I so adored.
Fast forward to 2019, the classics have returned full throttle to Burberry's collections and my excitement has been renewed once again. Lace dresses, pleated skirts, classic pants and wearable separates have returned to Burberry collections.
I can now say I am excited about Burberry once again. Riccardo Tisci has restored my faith in the brand. I already have my eyes on an absolutely beautiful tulle lace black dress with silk slip, a classic that I am thrilled has returned to the Burberry Collections at last. Thank you Riccardo! Bravo!
Yours in style,
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