Over the weekend, Burberry debuted its Fall 2019 collection, and though it wasn't very bag driven, the bags that did come down the runway provided us with further insight into Riccardo Tisci's new Burberry. Tisci has continued to make his mark at Burberry, and it's incredibly apparent with his latest collection for the brand. Tisci has always been inspired by streetwear, and his affinity towards it was ever-apparent during his incredible reign at Givenchy.
There were body bags, cross-body bags, structured bags and logos galore. Most interestingly, Burberry's iconic checkered pattern was noticeably absent from Tisci's bags. The top-handle day bags from previous collections are structured, but sleek, standing out in striped color blocking. The collection also included quilted, and textured leather flap bags, complete with Burberry's new 'B' hardware. Other versions appear to be screen printed, emblazoned with 'BURBERRY' in big, bold lettering.
[Photos via Vogue Runway]