Controversies in This Week’s Top Fashion News

After wiping its Instagram, Burberry (LSE:BRBY.L -2.30%) returned with an all-new logo and its first fully-fledged campaign under its new creative director, Daniel Lee. Meanwhile, Phoebe Philo announced that her long-awaited namesake fashion label will officially launch in September of this year.
On another note, Balenciaga‘s creative director Demna sat down with Vogue for a tell-all interview, addressing the brand’s controversial ad campaigns from months prior and setting the record straight on his intentions. At the same time, the brand announced a partnership with the National Children’s Alliance (NCA) for a three-year program.
Below, Hypebeast has rounded up the top fashion stories of the week so you can stay up to date on trends in the industry.
Burberry has turned a new leaf, with Daniel Lee officially replacing Riccardo Tisci as creative director of the British brand.
After wiping its Instagram clean, Burberry returned to social media this week with the unveiling of its first campaign under the creative direction of Lee. In it, the label debuted an all-new logo design that sees the standard Burberry lettering in a thinner, elegant font. Meanwhile, its signature horse emblem is centered in white and dee blue, with an illustrative outline.

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