British heritage brand, Burberry seems to have selected 2018 as the year for a major overhaul. After appointing Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci as the new chief creative officer in March this year, a new logo and monogram have been unveiled for the first time in 20 years. With Tisci set to make his ready-to-wear debut for Burberry at this month’s London Fashion Week, the markedly more modern logo is also set to take centre stage. Designed by iconic graphic designer and art director Peter Saville, the eye-catching new monogram features an interlocking ‘TB’ print, paying homage to the brand’s founder Thomas Burberry – teaming a striking orange hue with white and beige. Tisci unveiled the logo on Instagram, and in a statement, he said, “Peter is one of our generation’s greatest design geniuses. I’m so happy to have collaborated together to re-imagine the new visual language for the house.”