Monday’s show took place in the hanger-like South London Mail, where soft khaki seats surrounded an extra long elevated catwalk. Pillars were mirrored and the space was divided by wooden walls, window panes and translucent panels. As the show was about to begin, what appeared to be solid roof peeled away, revealing a giant glass ceiling that let the mid-afternoon light in.
Compression sleeves with printed squares, and shirts and pants with vintage photographs, sheer polka dots over animal print (animal prints appeared throughout the show—not least of all a deer patterned shirt that read “WHY DID THEY KILL BAMBI?”), and thigh harnesses were among many unusual decidedly non-Burberry, but very Tisci-esque touches. Not to mention the embrace of the logo trend, which seems to be going nowhere.