During his collection Burberry Prorogue that was launched in London, Christopher Bailey wanted to give life to cheerful clothes that appear to be part of a bohemian style but with a classic touch.
The collection can not be complete, since it goes from the trench to the jacket and suit the caban, not to mention the urban dust. The rigor of the cut, as always, impeccable longitudes creating silhouettes.
In relation to the color palette, you could say that Bailey is a master of color as autumnal tones combined with bright dark blue almost turquoise, ocher and red violets.
The velvet accents the casual touch of a wardrobe that dares with all kinds of volumes, leaving room for the bombers and also for inspiration Andean ponchos who worship wrapped hipsters.
The textiles of this collection also seem to have been under the influence of the East to go adorned with small mirrors faceted as taken from the loft of the grandmother, the trunk where I used to keep his clothes 60s hippy, while leopard prints seem to have inspired on garments that used to use old rockers. All superbly orchestrated by the baton of maestro, that’s why it is also manager and CEO of the brand.
As for accessories, mention should be made ?of the Carryall cabs nu buck, soft calfskin, rough skin of wild boar or shearing. An object of desire that fashionistas worldwide can customize online, like scarves. Of course, those who plan to do so will have to hurry because the promotion is only until January 26.
The parade of the new collection presented today at Kensington Gardens in London, attended David Gandy, Jourdan Dunn and actors like James Norton, George MacKay, Edward Holcroft and Giorgio Pasotti while enjoying a live performance and Live singer Clare Maguire, accompanied by The Langley Sisters and his band.