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Editorial

Identity, balance, British style: in his début collection for the iconic British brand, Riccardo Tisci celebrated Burberry’s heritage. It included strong, sophisticated femininity in the evening dresses and street looks. It played with colour codes and with archive classics. It reworked some of the brand’s iconic pieces. The trench was a main feature. Classic, in hazelnut brown and cinched at the waist with wide elastic belts. It also came double-breasted, in leather, edged with chains and studs, and dotted with pearls and feathers. Checks were broken down into horizontal and vertical stripes on silk blouses and shirts. Leopard, zebra and cow were some of the animal prints on show. Zips were a feature, as were printed words and fringes. Neck scarves were worn over blazers and replaced belts on sporty trousers. There were also leather pencil skirts, red patent raincoats and lace slip dresses. The collection was entitled “Kingdom”.