Burberry A/W 21/22 womenswear collection was released in London, whose setting and design style are similar to the menswear collection in February. Rooted in ferocious and sensual glamour, it is a collection only for women. Inspired by the outdoor dressing of people in the last century and the comfort and adaptability of wild beauty, the creative director Riccardo Tisci sewn square fabrics to make dress and reformed the tailoring craft. Wearers are able to detach and restructure the clothes. The application of eco faux-fur also conveyed the nature-centric message. His post-pandemic mindset had discovered a kindred spirit in the naturalist movements of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, which informed the collection. Artists felt the call of the wild, and sought to de-program themselves from the rules of society. For Burberry, it's found in a mensweary character that its female clientele probably expects. For Tisci, it's the sensual and almost athletic glitz in which he excels.
Inspired by the wearing in wildness in the last century, Tisci presents the plain wild beauty through eco faux-fur patterns, which also conveys the nature-centric message.
Since Riccardo Tisci joined Burberry, he has been trying to interpret and praise the depth, diversity and inclusiveness of British culture, which forms the current style of Burberry. Wild patterned stripe and color-blocking stripe are the two forms to show the core of British culture -- The Union Jack. Splicing craft is combined with delicate tailoring to present the ingenious collision of classic British style, natural wilderness and modern city.
The powerful Astronomy Heptagram is known as the Star of Spirit in the fairy tale. And seven is always a number with magic no matter in eastern or western. Heptagram is uneven yet perfect and stable, which fits the brand image of Burberry.
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