Burberry is back (to the live runway). Staged off-schedule at Central Hall Westminister in London, Riccardo Tisci’s latest collection for Burberry marked the brand’s first live show after two years, with models ceremoniously marching across a ballroom of banquet tables laid with plates, glasses and cutlery. The collection was a celebration of Britishness, exploring the dichotomies and perspectives that constitute British identity by building upon the brand’s rich history and house codes. “It was important for me to explore what it means to belong, how our roots influence our identity and how the power of community and togetherness is what truly brings meaning to the world,” the Chief Creative officer said. Elements of regalia were contrasted with subcultural influences, while classic British connections and hallmarks of the house––including the iconic trench, the Equestrian Knight Design and oak leaf crest––were refreshed and reconstructed in new iterations. See every look now.