New Burberry Designs Revealed

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Riccardo Tisci has created a new logo for Burberry. He has also created a monogram that highlights the initials of the British brand’s founder Thomas Burberry.

Riccardo Tisci unveiled his latest designs for Burberry yesterday and according to a 2018 Women’s Wear Daily report, the monogram’s design was inspired by an original drawing from the Burberry archives, and the new pattern will sell alongside the traditional Burberry check.

Tisci, Burberry’s chief creative officer released his new creations on Instagram Stories. In the post, Tisci said he worked alongside the British art director and graphic designer Peter Saville to create the new imagery.

 

Saville is the cofounder and art director of Factory Records. He has designed covers for bands including Joy Division and New Order.

Saville redesigned the Calvin Klein logo with Raf Simons.

The logo’s stylized font is designed to echo the slight erosion of the letters’ outlines over time, he said. “For this first campaign, I wanted to create an image rooted in the maison’s origins and emboss it with my vision,” Kris Van Assche, a Belgian fashion designer, declared in June. “See you in January.”

Van Assche enlisted the graphic design duo M/M Paris to create a logo based on the letters carved into a wooden shoe tree dating back to 1895, the year founder Alessandro Berluti established himself as a shoemaker, according to Women’s Wear Daily.

The new Burberry London logo and the orange, white and camel TB motif will be found in the September issue of British Vogue. It will begin appearing across all of Burberry’s media channels.

After moving to Paris in 1998 Van Assche was immediately appointed at Yves Saint Laurent as Hedi Slimane’s first assistant for the Rive Gauche Homme line. The collaboration with Mr. Slimane continued at Christian Dior for the launching and development of the hugely successful Dior Homme collection until September 2004. In January 2005, Kris finally presented his own men’s collection for the first time in Paris during Men’s Fashion Week. Today he heads his own label, KRISVANASSCHE, and is the artistic director for Dior Homme since April 2007.

The new Burberry London logo and the orange, white and camel TB motif will be found in the September issue of British Vogue. It will begin appearing across all of Burberry’s media channels.

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