“Amazing” is the last thing I would cal it, but its quite pretty. What I never have understood is why showing belts around coats, as no one will ever wear that in real life, because no one wants to hold a belt in their hand every time they undo their coat. I am disappointed by how completely un Burberry it looks. But I am sure it will sell especially to a more mature, conservative crowd., which is not a bad thing at all.
Christopher Bailey is absolutely a genius of a generation, the man can do no wrong. This collection was for me a reinforcement of Burberry’s cultural and patriotic British personality. I loved the painterly prints and the breezy, relaxed looks, the entire show has somewhat of a placid mood to it. Absolutely obsessed with the personalisation of everything (as is everyone so it seems), I must have one of those shrug blankets with my initials embroidered on! Something else I am obsessed with…..Cara Delevigne! Gorgeous, British, Worldly and full of spirit, add Burberry and you have a magic pairing! Thanks once again Christopher!!
Nicely done indeed! Interesting prints, print mixes that actually work, and simple but lovely shapes & drapes in the garments. I also like the way the scarves have been incorporated–they seem like extensions of the garments and feel integral to the look, not just thrown on as “accessories.” I’m usually not into wearing prints, but I would love to own most of these pieces.
Its totallyâ€¦.OK. Not loving it or hating it, or really even seeing what there is to like or dislike here. Its just some embroidered coats done that typical middle class hippie way its always been done. I keep thinking that you need pachouli to go with this crap. Blah.
Not their greatest collection (I prefer their pastels last season–I believe). The patterns and colors are quite dull in this one, and I can’t imagine anyone below the age of 50 pulling this off (in a cool way).