It’s been a busy week for Burberry, following on from Daniel Lee’s debut collection hitting stores the brand has now announced the introduction of Burberry Streets. A series of global takeovers to celebrate the art of discovery in cities worldwide, continuing Lee’s endeavour to fuse heritage with forward-thinking initiatives.
To kick off proceedings the British brand is staying on home soil, taking over North London’s cult Norman’s Cafe for the duration of fashion week, before moving onto Seoul and Shanghai in October. Renowned for its elevated, Insta-friendly takes on classic cafe grub, Norman’s will get a full Burberry transformation: the cafe’s interior will be decorated with the brand’s signature knight blue check while plates will feature the recently updated Equestrian Knight Design. If you can’t make it to Norman’s, fear not, a Burberry food truck will be visiting the the Strand and Duke of York Square across the week to ensure fashion week goers don’t go hungry.
The takeover will run until September 18th, Norman’s Cafe is located at 167 Junction Road, N19 5PZ.