In wisps of silk chiffon, English lace and crisp cotton, Burberry dresses and skirts span the full spectrum of styles. From work-appropriate shirt dresses and shifts to red carpet-worthy evening gowns and party minis, close attention is paid to fit, ensuring each dress is tailored for flattering proportions. Style with everything from luxe leather loafers to vertiginous heels, and don’t forget to throw on one of the label’s iconic trench coats or jackets to cement the look.
The Trench Coat
The Trench Coat
With its classic appeal and aptitude for tackling even the most unpredictable weather conditions, the Burberry trench is closely intertwined with British identity. From signature styles with timeless appeal to future classics in the form of chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci’s directional designs, it’s undoubtedly the most refined way to polish off an outfit.
Italian designer Riccardo Tisci wasn’t the obvious choice to succeed Christopher Bailey at Burberry in 2018, but his darkly romantic, non-conforming style was widely expected to herald a new era for the iconic house. Indeed, a true boundary-pusher, Tisci has been credited with diversifying Burberry’s audience thanks to his visionary interpretations of the classics – including the iconic trench.
Inspired by the memory of his formative years in London, Riccardo Tisci’s Autumn/Winter 2020 collection sees his previous season’s exploration of modern menswear codes continued. Highlights include deconstructed rugby shirts, the classic Burberry trench – reimagined with double lapels and patchwork details – and plaid suiting.
Playful pieces for your mini-me feature all the best Burberry hallmarks, from trench and quilted coats to the heritage check. Inspired by the brand’s rich British history, the childrenswear is a delightful addition to the house’s offering. Smaller clothes, but with just as much innovation and flair.