18 February 2014

at London Fashion Week

It was always going to be one of the biggest shows at London Fashion Week but I don't think anyone knew just how much Burberry's Autumn/ Winter 2014 collection was going to wow us. With an ethereal and bohemian theme throughout, the hand-painted bags and bright print of their staple garment the trench coat and gladiator heels screamed change for the brand.

With Christopher Bailey still very much at the Burberry helm the designs were intricate, loud and designed with all these different prints cleverly thought out. Models such as Suki Waterhouse and Cara Delevingne walked for the brand while Anna Wintour, Harry Styles and Waterhouse's current squeeze Bradley Cooper watched from the frow. Delevingne even ended the show with a personalised scarf emblazoned with her initials, CJL.

Top trends from the show include: 
Tucking that scarf in - every single look had a gorgeous flowing extra long scarf flowing down and tucked neatly into a Burberry belt, cinching that waist even more.
Toe Show - It may be designed for autumn/ winter but that doesn't mean the shoe boot has to make an appearance, gladiator heels were there in every look, more peep less boot.
Big, bold prints - Don't shy away from colour or prints this year, winter normal holds simple patterns but not for this brand. Embrace it, the bigger the better.
Long Locks - Not even the tiniest bit of hair was swept up, letting the hair do what it wants is the big thing for this season and snuggled in a gorgeous long scarf you'll be super snug.

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