If there were ever a fitting final piece to Riccardo Tisci’s Burberry takeover, it’s a pair of luxury kicks fit for any sneakerhead’s shoe rack. Ever since the brand brought him on as chief creative officer last year, he’s stripped the iconic British label back to its monogrammed roots (and redesigned the monogram for a modern audience). With a handful of collections to showcase his fresh spin on their vast archives under his belt, the natural next step is ready to drop.

Enter: the Burberry Arthur. Designed with fashion’s sneaker love affair in mind, the long-awaited Arthur has dropped in enough colorways to match every fit we can come up with — and came complete with an international launch that touched down in the streets of New York, London, and Tokyo.  Keep an eye out for more info as we wait to cop our own Burberry Arthur kicks and, if you're in Tokyo, peep the Burberry takeover of Omotesando's R-Studio on October 17.

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