For the first time in two years, Burberry held an online show with the audience. Brand friends Naomi Campbell, Adam Driver and Kate Moss, Euphoria star Jacob Elordi were seen watching the catwalk.
The creative director of the fashion house, Riccardo Tisci, gathered the fashionable public in London in March to present his Fall/Winter 2022 collection. The organizers chose the Central Hall of luxurious Westminster near Buckingham Palace as a venue. Models paraded around a giant table imitating a catwalk. The theme of the show was the designer's thoughts about human identity and the power of unity with the rest of the world.
“It was important for me to explore what it means to belong to a community,” Tisci said. “To understand how our roots influence our identity and how the power of connection gives the meaning to the world.”
The Italian designer admitted that London for him is a place of power, where he experiences the whole gamut of feelings and get filled with an inspiration, and it is also “the city where Burberry grew up and created a family.”
The collection was presented by runway stars Gigi and Bella Hadid, Irina Shayk, Mariacarla Boscono and many others. It consisted of a wide range of variations of the iconic Burberry trench coat, pleated and layered skirts, coats and tights in the brand's signature patterns. Riccardo Tisci has experimented with women's looks, turning a trench coat into a ball gown, adding bright polka dot prints, creating some interesting quilted coat dresses and fluffy dresses in black and yellow.