LIVING INSPIRATION: is set to work with one of his original design inspirations, .
’s chief creative officer, who will unveil his first collection for Burberry in September, announced the Westwood collaboration on Instagram earlier today.
“Vivienne was one of the first designers who made me dream to become a designer,” Tisci wrote. “I am SO honored to announce a new Burberry collaboration with the original British Punk.”
Tisci succeeded Christopher Bailey as chief creative officer at Burberry in March. He previously held the role of creative director at Givenchy, from 2005 to 2017.
In May, Tisci gave a sneak peak on Instagram of his creative direction for the British heritage house with a curation of campaign images showing a male and female model embracing, dressed in trenches and other looks from the fall-winter 2018 collection.