The most anticipated show of London Fashion Week was the Burberry Show. Under the new direction of Riccardo Tisci, the logo has changed and a new monogram has been added to the surprise of fans which began to speculate about what other changes could be in store. Changing a logo is not a new move under a new leader. Hedi Slimane notoriously changed the logo at Yves Saint Laurent and then again recently at Celine. We were all unsure what more dramatic changes Tisci would make to the most iconic fashion brand in England. Refreshingly, we saw new takes on heritage staples such as glorious remakes of archival styles as well as easy to wear separates. However, it was the first looks that eased the mood with fresh takes on once boring beige and wear anytime pieces.
Suiting saw a revival on the Fall/Winter 2018 runways, but it's the monochrome three-piece suit above that caught our attention. The fitted, yet feminine lines give an equestrian feel. Worn in pieces or all together, it's an investment with a gratifying return for years to come.
The Beige Bag
Too many black bags? These not quite brown bags in taupe, tan and beige made us feel that a new bag splurge can't wait until Spring.
The Work Shirt
Our next comfy but pulled together look is no longer a boho dress. Men's style work shirts and slim pants with a classic heel may be our next go to look.