Personalised Indianapolis Colts Baby Yoda Air Jordan 13 Shoes
- Lightweight and responsive, it’s designed to help you get the most from your activity.
- Suitable for special occasions such as Christmas, birthday, celebration, housewarming gift.
- 100% special leather for the best comfort: warm yet airy.
- The sole is slippery-proof rubber, perfect for running and other activities.
PRINTS: Dye-sublimation printing
WASHABLE: Gently clean the shoes with warm water and foamless soap by hand. Gently wipe the shoes with dry towels after having cleansed
PRODUCTION TIME: 5-8 Business Days
– Since the size is manually measured, please allow a slight dimension difference from 1-3 cm.
– Due to the different monitor and light effect, the actual color of the item might be slightly different from the visual pictures.
Britishness is an attitude,” says Burberry’s creative director Riccardo Tisci. We’re sitting in a duck’s egg-blue room in Westminster’s Methodist Central hall, where the designer’s AW/22 show has just finished and he’s rushing between interviews. “It’s a collection of emotional images put together in a very daring way.” Tisci himself seems unemotional, calm. He’s wearing all black, the only nod to the brand he helms a patinated Prorsum logo (reimagined for this season) bounding across his shirt.
The collection we’re here to discuss—Burberry’s first physical show since the pandemic began—was mounted as a multisensory spectacle in the palatial main hall of the Rickards-designed neo-baroque building, just a button’s throw from the brand’s Horseferry House HQ.
“We were supposed to show during fashion week last month,” Tisci tells me in Italian-lilted English, quick and soft, “because Burberry represents so much of the culture of England. But then between Covid and all the related problems—and all the big changes at Burberry with our CEO Marco Gobbetti leaving—we chose to show in London but on our own schedule, and it felt very special