Here Are The Asian Stars Who Attended Burberry's Fall 2023 Show
From Jun Ji-hyun to Bright and more, take a look at the stars who attended the most talked about show this season.
Burberry closed London Fashion Week’s Fall 2023 with a bang and here’s everything that went down at the most anticipated show of the season.
Daniel Lee made his Burberry debut with an exploration on archival looks, utilitarian silhouettes, and plenty of trench coats. Lee has once again proven his ability to reshape the past with not one stereotypical Nova Check in sight. New elements for the House include a focus on roses and fur. Graphic tees, rose-shaped leather trimmed gowns, fur trimmed bags and hats along with bright tights and massive scarves adorned each look that walked down the runway. What stood out the most, above all else, was Lee’s ability to acknowledge yet reinvent what really sells for Burberry by opening the show with two classic Burberry Trench coats both in heritage green hues.
Spotted on the front row were the likes of Naomi Campbell, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Georgia May Jagger, and new friends of the brand including Bright Vachirawit, Jun Ji-hyun, and Son Heung-min. In 2022, Bright became the first ambassador from the South East Asia region to join the house and was briefly followed by South Korean football player and Premier League Golden Boot winner Son Heung-min, who became the latest sports star to represent the brand. And in case you missed it, Jun Ji-hyun was unveiled as the brand’s ambassador during Burberry’s holiday campaign last year!
In the gallery down below, take a look at what these stellar Asian stars wore in London Fashion Week for the Burberry Fall 2023 show.