TB Summer Monogram Landscapes 2021
Taking us on a journey of discovery, the Thomas Burberry Monogram is cast across four new global landscapes this season, each with its own breathtaking beauty. Nature melds with technology, reimagining our heritage of exploration through a modern lens.
Atop the far-reaching sands of Newgale Beach in South Wales, renowned land artist Jon Foreman builds beautiful Monogram rock sculptures with texture and dimension using natural materials. The coastline becomes his canvas.
‘There’s definitely a respect for the landscape because we’re using materials that are there ready to be used. We’re not bringing in anything. We’re working with what is there.’
Jon Foreman, Land Artist
Across the horizon of China’s spectacular landscapes of Boao and Wanning in Hainan Province, our house signature floats between the sky and the waves as surfers are lifted by Monogram-printed kites. A free-spirited summer sport enhanced by the power of nature.
‘Basically, my life at this moment is that if I am not on the sea, I must be nearby the sea, waiting for the wind to come. Unloading the pressure in the cities and jumping into the sea and embracing nature.’
Wang Lijie, Kite Surfer
Set against the other-worldly landscapes of Chaka Salt Lake and Wusute in China’s Qinghai Province, paramotors guided by Monogram sails swoop over this unique, endless panorama – boldly contrasting with this region’s extraordinary natural beauty.
‘This place is very special, and your mind feels so open when flying here. Even when you have some troubles and worries, you will leave it all behind and you only have joy in your heart once you are in the sky.’
Zong Ronglu, Paramotor Pilot
The night sky over Taylor Park Reservoir in Colorado sparkles as drone lights create a giant TB motif – a sight reminiscent of fireflies, created by new technology. Colour waves sweep across the lights to represent the three Monogram colourways in the collection.
‘There’s something deep in our consciousness that connects us all when we look to the sky and just wonder.’
Graham Hill, Drone Show Producer