This is an exceptionally good article: http://www.anothermag.com/fashion-beauty/11476/cover-story-riccardo-tisci-burberry-interview-susannah-frankel-2019.
Fashion pages often celebrate iconoclasm and there is a pretty steady drumbeat of distaste for established order and old things. I have noted before how bizarre this attitude is since mostly what people love are heritage brands, typically with national tones.
There is also a surprising lack of self-awareness in much fashion commentary that what is hip, novel, and tech does not deliver diversity, acceptance, and benevolence. Consider the phenomenon of AirSpace spawned by Airbnb: https://www.theverge.com/2016/8/3/12325104/airbnb-aesthetic-global-minimalism-startup-gentrification.
This is a very good example of what Pope Francis calls technoscience.
Anyway, it’s refreshing to read about Tisci’s profound appreciation for British sensibility. The article is full of lots of interesting stuff.