With subtle hints of a sand like color displayed as the main part of the collection, Christopher Bailey went back to Burberry’s basics designs and patterns. Navigating between the animal-printed trenches and the white-laced blouses, the Burberry Spring/Summer 2016 offered highlights of the wise casualness of the British house.
Like a game of lace, Burberry adopted the fabric not only on male models but as an inevitable sneak peek of the women pre-collection offering as well. Amongst them, Malaika Firth, Aya Jones and Ella Richards carried the refreshing and fluid atmosphere of the show with their long lace dresses.
Without difficulty, Burberry casted an enchanting spell on us soundtracked by a version of the 1977 Screamin’ Jay Hawkin’s hit track. A piano, which played a key-element of the fashion show, was led by British musician Rhodes where the young singer eventually accompanied the whole collection of models, in a symphony that only Bailey could himself master.