After a grand, colourful and Chatwin-esque Spring/Summer offering last season, Bailey keeps on playing with the dual faceted DNA of the British most elegant fashion house. Considering London’s creativity and focusing on a mix-and-match game of fabrics, he brought in shapes and vibrant styles around men.
Carried by British singer Clare Maguire’s powerful voice, the fashion show displayed an energetic livelihood for the collection. Ponchos were carelessly tossed over the models’ shoulders and jackets were open fearlessly while walking towards the audience. Sleeveless fur waistcoats also strongly marked the overall catwalk.
With its monogrammed fringe scarves and leopard prints and “Carryall” bags, Burberry reinvented timeless items and enhanced classic masculine silhouettes. Just by giving a look at Burberry’s Fall Winter 2015 title “Classically Bohemian” we understand what a paradoxical and smart theme it was. Through a fascinating finale full of flashes, the British designer proved once again that Burberry’s heritage is more than ever all about grace and festivity.