It’s the first time Burberry has changed its logo in 20 years.
Judging by the new logo and monogram, Tisci’s Burberry will invigorate the label which has long-been steeped in tradition.
Instead, it toed a respectful line that embraced the brand’s provenance, with a light peppering of what might be in store for future seasons.
The designer hit all the notes in his debut, beginning with a selection of elevated looks that represented the Tisci’s Burberry woman: cool and refined, with a dash of insouciance.
Tisci segued into the more relaxed rebellious side of his collection, informed by the city’s punk rock roots.