Harvey Nichols is staging a pop-up at its Knightsbridge store to mark the arrival of Riccardo Tisci’s first collection for Burberry.
Open until 18 March the pop-up features pieces from the British luxury house’s SS19 collection “Kingdom” and is an extension of the brand’s new shop that is located on the same floor.
Central Saint Martins-educated Tisci, who joined Burberry last year from Givenchy, named his debut collection Kingdom to reference its inspiration, which was the melting pot of creativity and style traditions at the heart of the United Kingdom, from the punk and rebellious, to the formal and refined.
Shown at London Fashion Week last September, the collection was also created to act a “homecoming” of sorts for Tisci, having studied in London 18 years ago. He used the occasion to set out some new “house codes” for Burberry, including a new monogram featuring the interlocked initials of the brand’s founder Thomas Burberry.