Each model at the Burberry show yesterday carried a customised scarf imprinted with their initials. Cara Delevingne was carrying hers – marked “CJD” – after the show, paired with cool masculine tailored pants, boots, and a stomach-baring crop top.
Leather pants, unbuckled boots, a ferocious clash of animal prints, and an adorable pom-pom hat. Margaret Zhang manages to pull off a rare mix of sweetness, fierceness and nonchalant cool like no other street style darling could.
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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.
View all the detailed photos of the Burberry Prorsum autumn (fall) / winter 2014 showing at London fashion week. Read the article to see the full gallery.
Chaos about sums up the backstage area after today’s Burberry show. After all, the likes of Harry Stiles and Bradley Cooper were in the house causing female frenzies at every turn. Escaping the crowds, Cara Delevingne looked calm and collected post-show when she posed for this shot.
Star power squared: one of them floated down the runway in floral silk and one of them stood behind it belting out the words “only love can hurt like this” with the emotion of one whose soul was being torn apart. And after the Burberry show was over, Paloma Faith and Cara Delevingne were just two regular girls in conversation.
It might have been spring. A billow of silk in hand-painted florals brushing past a bare, sandalled leg. With it, Burberry Prorsum’s London fashion week show opened, welcoming in the season of the Bloomsbury Girl – a girl wrapped in romance, a haze of antique sentiments, and handicrafts. The painterly florals persisted across trench coats, shearling jackets, even shoes. There was something defiant about Christopher…
2014 brings a fresh take on transparency, with layers of sheer fabrics intended to add a three dimensional quality to spring and summer fashion. With each sheer overlay acting as a petal, the resulting layers appear rather lightweight and ethereal, and quite beautiful if done right. After the break - how to master the art of sheer layering, to make see-through garments your secret weapon for spring.
If there’s one model-slash-actress-slash-socialite that can make you tempted to reach for a pair of scissors, it’s Suki Waterhouse. While fringed hairstyles aren’t that prominent right now, there’s always a chance they’ll keep worming their way back into the list of 2014 hair trends; especially with the likes of Suki rocking the style with soft waves, strong brows, and a masculine suit.