Burberry FW22 Campaign

Take A Look At Burberry’s Fall/winter 2022 Campaign

With the release of its Fall/Winter 2022 campaign, Burberry pays tribute to the strength of community that can be built through genuine expression. Renowned photography duo Inez and Vinoodh put the spotlight on the models’ unique styles for the label’s latest collection.

Burberry’s classic trench coat is transformed into a voluminous strapless dress by creative director Riccardo Tisci, who also introduces subtly sensual translucent shirts emblazoned with the brand’s logo. In addition, candy pink and scarlet pleated skirts and corsets made of delicate lace from the 1920s take center stage. Burberry’s figure-hugging leather jumpsuits and skirts add even more flair and grit to any outfit.

During the fashion house’s in-house show in London earlier this year, Tisci shared, “It was important for me to explore what it means to belong, how our roots influence our identity, and how the power of community and togetherness is what truly brings meaning to the world.” He adds, “I wanted this collection to convey that intensity of feeling and to celebrate not only coming together, but the city in which we come together today; the city in which Burberry grew and established a family.”

Coats have chain link embellishments, and large jackets showcase the label’s distinctive check design to create a menacing appearance for outerwear. The brand’s namesake Lola handbag, which honors the company’s heritage and was named after its founder, Thomas Burberry, is also shown in the campaign.

For a deeper look at the collection, head over to the Burberry website to see the looks showcased at the brand’s in-person show in London earlier this year.

Elsewhere in fashion, Gucci recently opened its first flagship store in downtown Detroit, Michigan.

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