Riccardo Tisci's First Burberry Collection Is Releasing Next Week

Find out how you can get your hands on the limited-edition items.

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Burberry is set to release Riccardo Tisci‘s first collection as chief creative officer. Also, for the first time ever, the brand will be creating a digital selling experience allowing shoppers to purchase items from the capsule via Instagram and WeChat.

Over the span of 24 hours, styles from the range will be stocked in a series of post. Imitating a see-now, buy-now model items from the line will debut following Tisci’s Spring/Summer 2019 presentation at London Fashion Week. The full collection will be available at the new Burberry flagship store which also holds a three-floor immersive installation installed by British artist Graham Hudson.

Designs will begin to stock at 5:30 p.m. GMT on September 17. Stay tuned to the social media accounts of Burberry for more information.

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