In celebration of London Collections: Men, the Burberry’s flagship store in Regent Street, London has been transformed to house unique art installations by British illustrator Luke Edward Hall, alongside a craftsmanship workshop.
Showcasing the intricate manufacturing process of the brand’s signature bag, The Banner, the craftsmanship station allows guests to further experience the wondrous techniques by the fashion house.
Hosted by Burberry’s Chief Creative and Chief Executive Officer, Christopher Bailey, the opening night was a part of the London Collections Men weekend with over 600 guests in attendance.
Along with Luke Edward Hall himself, the stellar guest list included Callum Turner, Suki Waterhouse, David Gandy, Johannes Huebl and many more (see the gallery below for all the photos of the night).
Throughout the glamorous night, guests were able to explore and discover the brand’s latest menswear and womenswear collections.
Apart from the in-store craftsmanship station, guests were also indulged with Burberry’s exclusive personalisation service, which is catered to many of its bag, trench coat, and scarf collections.
Currently at Burberry’s Regent Street flagship, the personalisation service is made available from 20 to 22th June for all Burberry customers, while the art exhibition by Luke Edward Hall will open to the public until the end of June.