Riccardo Tisci has called on Burberry staff members to model the brand’s latest collection

The 45-year-old fashion designer – who is the chief creative officer of the Burberry Group – has taken to looking within his own company to identify new talent for the spring/summer 2021 pre-collection lookbook.

He shared: “For the lookbook, I called upon the incredible talent at Burberry to open their doors and be a part of this journey – each interpreting the looks in their own unique way outside in the landscapes of London and beyond.”

Riccardo has recruited various people from within the Burberry label, including a retail worker, a digital designer, and a merchandiser. And they’ve all been photographed outside or near to their London homes

 

 

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Riccardo revealed his innovative plan shortly after Kendall Jenner stepped behind the camera to shoot Burberry’s TB Summer Monogram collection on her computer.

The 24-year-old model became a photographer for the day as she posed for a series of self-portraits to show off the new line at her Los Angeles home.

The lockdown shoot was directed by photographer Nick Knight, art director Peter Saville and stylist Katy England.

Kendall – who is one of the world’s best-paid models – said: “Riccardo wanted to collaborate closely with me to bring this collection to life in a number of ways.

“He encouraged me to interpret the campaign myself, which was such an exciting opportunity. I loved being able to add my own personal touch.”

Author: BANG Showbiz