I’m not usually game to go for white at both above and below the waist – especially when the weather isn’t coming up sunshine. And this was London – so the skies were naturally grey. Camille Charriere provided some pretty neat inspiration on how it’s done, though, and from here I think we can all rest easy that all-white is all right. It comes down…
More a timeless attitude than a passing trend, a piece of statement outerwear is never far from the agenda for men. The difference is in which statement to make this season: and for that, we have the following guide. Read on for the men's outerwear statements to make.
Another British babe, another Burberry gown, but a strong contrast in style to that of Suki Waterhouse: Lily Donaldson wore a minimal white dress with a daring cut at the sides, and a black velvet bow trailing behind to the 2014 Met Gala.
The red carpet of the Met Gala is always an extravagant affair. Sometimes keeping it pared back works best, though, and Suki Waterhouse got understated glamour just right. Her nude and soft pink layered silk organza gown was by Burberry.
If you thought we were crazy by calling out backwards shirt buttoning as a “thing” then maybe this will convince you of otherwise. The spring 2014 fashion trend was worn by Cara Delevingne, who made doing up the top button only look completely sophisticated when paired with one of Burberry’s sublime sheer lace skirts.
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A simple, understated winter look can always benefit from a touch of plaid, whether it’s Burberry or Burberry-esque in classic beige and charcoal tones. Worn with a simple black bag and boots, this model was photographed after the Laura Biagiotti show in Milan.
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Across the sea, from England to Italy, there was an unexpected commonality: Cividini’s fall 2014 wearability played snap with Burberry’s layered scarves and painterly prints. If there’s a trend in the works, it can be found in these two disparate brands. This snap of Antonina Vasylchenko in particular shows the scarf worn over one shoulder and belted, similar to the styling at Burberry. Beyond that…
She went from Voodoo Witch to Bond Girl on the big screen, but during London fashion week Naomie Harris was dressed as neither. She wore this luxurious velvet brocaded trench coat to the Burberry Prorsum autumn 2014 show.
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View all the photos of the beauty & make-up at the Burberry Prorsum autumn (fall) / winter 2014 showing at London fashion week. Read the article to see the full gallery.