British luxury house BURBERRY presented FUTURE ARCHIVE limited-edition capsule collection, inspired by the brand’s heritage. Fashion designer Riccardo Tisci reimagines and reinterpretates the rich heritage of Burberry‘s outerwear, and offers a modern outlook on the brand’s history. The collection explores contrast between modernity and timelessness. Top model Jourdan Dunn and Adrian Chabada star in the Future Archive campaign captured in a contemporary space by fashion photographer Alessio Bolzoni.
The collection, for both women and men, focuses mainly on outerwear, but also features bags, and accessories. Key pieces include diamond-quilted ramie cotton parka remastered with a trench inspired back panel in cotton gabardine, diamond-quilted nylon bomber jackets spliced with a cotton-gabardine back panel and finished with logo appliqué in black and dark carbon blue, a black diamond-quilted, transformed with a cotton-gabardine back panel and vintage check undercollar, an updated version of the runway bowling bag, runway sneakers for men and women in leather and suede, reconstructed with a Cuban heel, in black and beige, a reconstructed bucket hat in nylon and cotton twill which unzips to become a visor, and tactile knitted mohair silk and cashmere scarves with hand-knotted tasselled fringing in soft fawn, dark green, blue and black.
Discover more looks from Burberry Future Archive collection below:
“Designed by Riccardo Tisci, Burberry’s Future Archive is a unique capsule of modern Burberry signatures. The collection is limited edition and each piece has been designed exclusively, drawing on the rich heritage of outerwear, reinterpreted from classics within the Burberry archive. Classic yet modern, timeless and perennial – a modern reflection of the storied history of the house. A small selection of pieces are available with an edition number, a piece with everlasting appeal, a part of Burberry’s new heritage.“
The collection is available in a selection of Burberry stores, burberry.com and exclusively through Mytheresa.