'Suicide is not fashion', a Burberry model has criticised the fashion house for it's hoodie with a noose around the neck.Read the full story ›
Guests will drink 20,000 cups of espresso and 5,000 glasses of prosecco as they enjoy London Fashion Week.Read the full story ›
A number of big names are showing at the event, including Riccardo Tisci for Burberry, Victoria Beckham and royal favourite Jenny Packham.Read the full story ›
The biannual event will be fur free for the first time, organisers have announced.Read the full story ›
Singer Paloma Faith said she was ‘overwhelmed and elated’ at the news London Fashion week will go fur-free.Read the full story ›
The luxury fashion company also said it will stop destroying ‘unsaleable products’ with immediate effect.Read the full story ›
Burberry shareholders staged a major revolt in protest at a multi-million pound pay package for the luxury brand's new chief executive.Read the full story ›
Burberry chief executive Angela Ahrendts is leaving the luxury goods brand to join technology giant Apple, it was announced.
An advertising campaign featuring 10-year-old Romeo Beckham helped luxury fashion group Burberry generate a 13% jump in sales after an "exceptional" response to its spring/summer collection.
Burberry enlisted Victoria and David Beckham's middle son as the star of its latest campaign alongside Cara Delevingne and Edie Campbell.
Burberry said spring/summer was a "standout season" for the group, with its high-end Prorsum fashion range and accessories such as the Blaze and Orchard bags proving a hit with shoppers.
The first quarter like-for-like sales rise marks an impressive increase over the 7% growth seen in the previous six months, while retail revenue in the three months ending June 30 leapt 18% to £339 million, excluding exchange rate effects.