Daniel Lee becomes the new artistic director of the British label. The fashion show for the spring-summer 2023 collection was Riccardo Tisci’s last for the brand.
Daniel Lee will take over the reins of style at Burberry from October 3.
The label has just announced the departure of the one who was its artistic director for nearly 5 years, Riccardo Tisci. During the London Fashion Week, the latter presented his final collection for spring-summer 2023. Appointed in March 2018 , he had succeeded Christopher Bailey. Riccardo Tisci will leave his post at the end of the month.
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“Burberry is a very special place with a magical past and a very bright future. The chapter I have been asked to write in its long history is one that I am incredibly proud of and one that I have decided will culminate in my show on Monday.(…) I would like to thank my teams, past and present, as well as the army of collaborators and friends who have helped me write a chapter that I hope will remain in the spirit of Burberry for years to come.” says Riccardo Tisci.
“Riccardo has played a central role in repositioning Burberry. He has enhanced our creative language, modernized and elevated our product offering and brought a new generation of luxury customers to our brand,” says Jonathan Akeroyd, Burberry’s CEO.
Daniel Lee, previously creative director at Bottega Veneta, is replacing him. A graduate of the prestigious Central Saint Martins, the British designer made his debut at Maison Margiela and Balenciaga, before joining the house of Celine as Director of ready-to-wear in 2012. As creative director of Bottega Veneta from July 2018 to November 2021, Daniel Lee has brought a contemporary vision to the Italian brand. For Burberry, he will present his first collection at London Fashion Week in February 2023.
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