When Burberry throws a party, they do it right. To celebrate her holiday campaign, heritage brand turned the New York flagship into five stories of seasonal delights. With a full chorus of hymns, pine forest, and handmade growers, there were many for the visitors – but the greatest thrill of the rock came with the courtesy of the homeless of the campaign. Naomi Campbell, with Riccardo Tisci's elegant designs for the house, with her mother Valerie Morris-Campbell and Matt Smith, sent the crowd (including all Misty Copeland and Lily James to Carolyn Murphy) on a frenzy.
The film by Juno Calypso, Close your eyes and think about Christmas, represents a first for Tisci, whose debut collection was unveiled in September. With frescoed, family skewers and tattoo-lined tiles, it keeps the house codes, adding an attractive new dimension. For Smith, who has played doctors traveling with time and traveling in time, and is going to join the Star Wars franchise in 2019, he is part of the price advertising. "It was a real privilege," he said. "I'm proud to be part of Burberry, and it's a wonderful brand of rich heritage and I think Riccardo's direction is so intense and interesting." Dapper in his gray-haired costume, the actor was willing to take part in a work celebrating "Christmas is my favorite thing in the whole world," said Smith, who will be ringing back home at home with friends in England. "The fact that I could do Burberry and Christmas was really my favorite holiday. exciting for a – I was everywhere. "
Although known as Burberry's face many times, the experience of modeling along with her mother made this an extremely important shot for Campbell. "Ricardo knows my mom, because it was great for us [both] to ask, "said Campbell." The Burberry family has always been great to work with. Christopher [Bailey] was great and now, working with Ricardo, who was part of his first Christmas campaign, he made me so happy. "She was injured in July on one of the hottest days of the year and Campbell and her mother had to keep the details for months, but for Morris-Campbell, the final revelation was well worth the wait." To be honest when he told me about the first time I did not even think it was a campaign, "said Morris-Campbell, who initially expected to be part of a smaller interview or photo shoot." When I figured out, I just thought wow, I can not believe it – it was fun, ".
The super model, embellished with a transparent, lacy dress designed by Tisci, was an advertising walk for the designer's luxurious aesthetics, and when she got the show she was hit by the accessibility of the fashion offered. "There was really something for everyone," he said. "There is not a person who can not find anything, [and] this is what you need to do today. "Something to remember during this holiday season.