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When he’s not working—which, let’s face it, isn’t often these days—Lee spends time with his partner Roberto Bolle, a former principal dancer at American Ballet Theatre. They go to the Royal Opera House to see ballet—Crystal Pite’s Light of Passage was “really amazing,” he says—and they seek out music: Kendrick Lamar at The O2 most recently. He’s also in the midst of a house renovation. “It’s a Georgian terrace, very typical London, which I love, because it feels like Charles Dickens,” he says. “It’s nice to have that feeling of being in a space that has history and you’re just a certain part of it; it’s lived before you and it will live after you.” Lee’s Burberry debut is scheduled for February 20, giving him just a few months to define his vision for the brand. At Bottega Veneta, he had much more runway—eight months from his appointment, in 2018, to the first show. It was his inaugural creative director role, and at the start he was too shy to take questions backstage, but that didn’t mean Lee lacked a strong point of view. His Pouch and Cassette bags were instant hits, and the surprising appeal of his square-toe woven intrecciato shoes spawned copycats up and down London’s high street. Ditto his sturdy Puddle boots (these could be a good jumping-off point for the more outdoorsy Burberry). Under Lee’s watch, Bottega’s signature bright green became the hottest color in fashion.He was rewarded for all this with four statuettes at London’s Fashion Awards in December 2019, a feat matched by no other designer before or after. Early on in the pandemic, Bottega Veneta was flying high enough to step away from the show calendar in favor of more intimate runways far off the fashion week circuit. Then, as quickly as his Bottega Veneta took off—days after a Detroit runway show in October 2021, where Mary J. Blige and Lil’ Kim were in the front row—Lee left. The house’s parent company, Kering, said only that it was a “joint decision,” which led to a lot of speculation, both online and within the industry, about why Lee may have gone. When asked about all of this a year later, Lee doesn’t address the matter head-on. Instead, he says, “I think people will see going forward how the team continues to work together. At Burberry, there’s people I’ve worked with at various points in my career.” He doesn’t dwell on regrets, either. “I still feel very honored that I see the influence of Bottega all around me—you know, when I’m walking down the street.”
Since Lee’s appointment at Burberry, much has been made about his Britishness, especially within Britain. Lee says he understands why. “As a kid growing up, Burberry is a brand that everybody in the country knows. It’s really a symbol of the British.” His own connection to the label is deeper than that of your average Englishman. “I’m from Bradford, Yorkshire, very close to Castleford, where the trench coats are manufactured, and to Keighley, where the gabardine is made,” Lee says. “So it’s very close to my homeland. And some of my mum’s family worked in various factories that were supplying for Burberry. My mum actually has the trench coat that her aunt had gotten as a retirement gift. It’s kind of sweet.” Lee is the oldest of three siblings, and his brother, a plumber, and sister, a nurse specializing in alcohol dependency, both still live in Yorkshire, not far from his mother and father. “We’ve been researching what is left of the industry in the UK,” the designer says. “Sadly, it wasn’t as well ring-fenced as it was in France or Italy, but there’s still elements here. It’s exciting to think about what possible partners we have, and how we can help save jobs.”After settling in, Lee’s first order of business has been getting to know the teams. He’s also been making trips—to Florence, where the company has a leather goods and shoes facility; to Castleford for the trenches; and to the archive, which is split between London and Blyth, in the North of England. “I’ve been looking at the beginnings of the three major codes of the house, which are obviously the check, the knight, and the gabardine, and trying to understand how we can be inspired to take them forward.”
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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