London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019: Burberry

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London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 is in full swing in the one of the fashion capitals of the world.

The OnoBello.com Fashion and Style Department is doing Show Reports on some select designers showcasing their latest collection this season.

According to a review by Vogue’s  Sarah Mower, excepts from it reads:”It was a massive show which presented his personal vision of the touchstones of British culture, from establishment to punk.

Tisci’s instinct as creative director, he said, is to restore an inclusive sense of balance to Burberry. It’s a vision which introduced evening wear seven long black jersey dresses, minimally edged with sparkle, which will have adult women lining up to buy them for events. He talked about seeing a need for “sophistication. I know we all talk about street, and I was one of the first, but,” he said, “we forget about sophisticated cut and Savile Row tailoring.”

It began as it had to with a trench coat, this one knee-length, buttoned up, and cinched with a broad elasticated belt. The belt read as a typically Tisci-esque shape-defining touch his classic woman seen not as an all-over-the-place English eccentric, but as an adherent of neatness, pussycat bows, silk dresses in the new Peter Saville–designed TB-logo-print pencil skirts, polo shirts, and piped blazers.

Tisci said he’d been looking into the archive this section, at a guess, must have been gleaned from the Thatcher-era ’80s, when Burberry catered for sensible, horsey women in the country. Head scarves were knotted as belts and became incorporated into the side seams of a raincoat.”

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Credit: Vogue. com/ Photo credit: indigital.tv

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