Riccardo Tisci’s hotly anticipated debut at Burberry did not disappoint; equal parts heritage and hypebeast, pieces like the Devon T shirt exuded both. Rendered in soft cotton jersey, it’s cut to a generously oversized shape and printed with a deer, front and back, which echoes the Sex Pistols’ 1979 song “Who Killed Bambi?”. We’re teaming ours with one of the British label’s checked skirts and chunky boots.Burberry cotton jersey T shirtDetails:Round necklineShort sleevesDeer print at chest and backSlips onFabric:100% cottonMidweight, stretch jerseySize & Fit:Model is 5ft 10in / 1.78m and wears a size smallSize small: Length 28in / 71cmTrue to sizeCut to a relaxed fitCare:Machine wash
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BAMBI PRINT COTTON JERSEY T-SHIRT
Crewneck. Printed front and back details. Logo detail. Regular fit. Sample size: S
RUNWAY DEER T-SHIRT
This Burberry T-shirt pays homage to one of chief creative officer Riccardo Tiscis past designs, which sees a painterly picture of a deer posing for a photograph. To the reverse, the same image shows the woodland creature from the back - which could be translated as tribute to the British labels choice to go fur-free.
DEVON DEER PRINT COTTON TEE
A porcelain fawn-a recurring motif carried over from Riccardo Tisci's debut Kingdom collection-rests on this relaxed cotton tee. Style Name: Burberry Devon Deer Print Cotton Tee. Style Number: 5957954. Available in stores.
Devon Deer Graphic T-Shirt
A cool relaxed-fit tee with an artistic deer graphic at the chest. Crewneck Short sleeves Ribbed trim Cotton Machine wash Imported SIZE & FIT About 26" from shoulder to hem Model shown is 5'10" (177cm) wearing US size Small Style code : 0400011831141 WHITE
In 1856, tailor's apprentice Thomas Burberry founded the British firm Burberry with a collection of outerwear. The house's most famous creation, the trench coat, was created for soldiers fighting in the WWI trenches. Fast forward 150 years, and today the brand is known for classically chic ready-to-wear, fragrances, timepieces, children's clothes, and more in addition to timeless trench coats. Its iconic check pattern is recognizable around the world as a mark of luxury.