Everything You Need to Know About Burberry’s Spring 2020 Show

London Fashion Week is fully in the swing of things, with Burberry presenting its first ever carbon neutral show today. On Instagram, the brand shared "we have offset our impacts, such as the flights of guests traveling to London specifically for the show and the build and production of the event, through VSC-certified REDD+ projects which prevent deforestation and conserve tropical rainforest in the Brazilian Amazon."

“I feel ready to start exploring whats at the heart of this incredible brand,” wrote Riccardo Tisci to his audience at todays show. For Burberrys new-ish designer, that heart pulses with logos, lace, and new takes on soft power that extend to suiting and sports uniforms. But the action wasnt limited to the runways. Here's what else you need to know about the historic show, including Kendall Jenner's major hair transformation.


Riccardo Tisci dropped the beat—literally—with over 20 massive white speakers right onstage. The elevated rave theme continued in the audience, where dance queens (and their kings) like FKA Twigs, Rosalia, Dua Lipa, and Anwar Hadid all sat front row across from New York party priestess (and Alexander Wang BFF) Ladyfag.

Dua Lipa and Anwar Hadid

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The cast was all star

Kendall, Gigi, and Bella all took the runway, with Anwar Hadid looking on from the audience. But fashion die-hards in the audience seemed most excited by the return of Agyness Deyn, a former style supernova from northern England whose Punky Brewster persona made her a blog star before Instagram. Also spotted: Irina Shayk on the catwalk and Lily Aldridge in the audience.

Irina Shayk continues her catwalk return.

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A blond Kendall Jenner walks the Burberry runway.

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The lads wore lace

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Among Tiscis most exciting details: white lace basketball shorts with a matching top, worn by a dude in Burberry slides and white tube socks. Sure gender is a construct, but usually its illustrated through girls in suits, not boys in frills. We stan.

The baseball hats were on steroids


Do you want a cap thats half Yankees and half Jacquemus? Look no further than Burberrys new headwear, with an arched brim that dips so low, you can shield your face from both paparazzi Read More – Source

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