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We're officially on board with the "backpacks for adults" trend.
If you're stuck on the idea that backpacks are only meant for schoolchildren, it's time to reconsider. Purses, totes, and fanny packs are great—but there's something especially enticing about the fashion backpack. Perhaps it's the nostalgia that comes along with wearing one; or maybe ...
 
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These soon-to-be It bags feature a whole lot of logos and warm tones.
The cycle of fashion is one that’s swift. Case in point, certain items on trend today will probably be considered “last season” the next. While handbags have the ability to transcend seasons, it’s still best to be a smart consumer and buy ...
 
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Your guide to this ever-changing industry.
Slimane? Gvasalia? Wang? It is said that artistic directors at luxury fashion houses are in a perpetual game of “musical chairs” with designers hopping from one brand to another. It can get a tad bit confusing, and we totally get you! If you’re ...
 
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What's in a logo?
If you’ve recently done the rounds at your favorite boutiques then you may have noticed the sans serif makeover most luxury brands have undergone.Those who have chosen to do the extreme redesign include brands who have recently appointed new creative directors (Balenciaga, ...
 
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This year has been rife with numerous incarnations of the 'Streetwear X High Fashion' variety.
When Burberry announced it would be releasing limited edition drops as part of the brand’s new strategy under the debut of creative director Riccardo Tisci, it was another development in the ongoing love affair between streetwear and luxury fashion.At first glance, it ...
 
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They were designed from scratch in four weeks.
Riccardo Tisci is ushering a new creative wave into the luxury brand Burberry. Today, Tisci, the chief creative officer of the fashion house, unveiled Burberry's new logo: "Burberry London England" in black capital letters over a white print. Tisci also unveiled a new ...
 
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Throwback pieces that make us nostalgic for years gone by.
Once a week, we ask our editors to share their thoughts on items they love.Consider "Editors' Picks" your T&C approved wish list for beauty, travel, fashion, and everything in between.Transporting the Microbus feeling into the future. #electric #conceptcar #vwidbuzz #volkswagen #emobility #vwA ...
 
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Many of these were invented for the sake of function.
Let’s not take our bucket bags and trench coats for granted. Behind the items we use regularly today are stories of fashion revolutions, timeless pieces meant to empower, and design houses using fashion to solve fancy problems.The Trench CoatBurberry Trench CoatThe iconic ...
 
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He made the heritage brand cool again.
Christopher Bailey transformed Burberry from a stodgy British heritage brand to the envy of London fashion week, and now he's stepping away. On Tuesday, Burberry announced that Bailey would be leaving his position as chief creative officer and president at the end ...
 
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What started as a humble family owned business evolved into a world-class British brand.
Burberry was founded by Thomas Burberry, who opened a draper’s shop in Basingstoke, Hampshire, in 1856. He found a steady stream of clients who came to the shop in need of garments for their traditional English pursuits—hunting, fishing, and riding. When he ...
 
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Our favorites include analog revivals from Leica, Burberry, and Nintendo.
The good old analog lifestyle is experiencing a revival, and even digital junkies are taking part in it. While advancements in camera, gaming, and music technology in the last decade have simplified lives, their predecessors have found a comfortable spot in the ...
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