Vogue dedicates an article to Burberry and to presentation in London of the new collection signed by Riccardo Tisci: “A survey found that 40% of Londoners are considering moving to the countryside when the pandemic is over. “This is like a war – Tisci said in a video call from the flagship store in Regent street in London before the show went live – What did people do after the wars? Around the world, the young generations moved to the countryside, to forests and beaches, where they could feel free. In spaces with no buildings, they could see reality. In these places, they built their own universes inspired by the animal world. For the last two decades, we’ve all been focused on numbers and money. Now, we want to live life” Tisci said. About collection, picking up where his pre-collection left off, Tisci delved into the wild in a liberal interpretation of the British country look. A style tradition steeped in dress codes, it’s a proudly scratchy and intentionally muddy wardrobe with which few dare to mess. In this alternate-heritage universe, the trench coat that opened the show was rendered in soft beige wool, and when it turned around, its back was defiantly chopped off and hybridized with a blouson. The piped lapels of a suit jacket imitated the way those of outerwear sometimes overlap, while neat suit trousers had large square performance pockets attached to the sides. The vests of the hunting wardrobe morphed into big faux-fur gilets, and the hood of a furry coat had bunny ears on it, echoed in knitted beanie hats.