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.
Dapper yet perfectly understated despite the bold fur collar, Brit rapper Tinie Tempah wore this getup to the Burberry men’s show in London this week. As a style icon for a generation, Tempah doesn’t disappoint: it’s all about merging cleanness with attitude.
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Gracing the front row and the soundtrack: not everyone manages to do both simultaneously. Paloma Faith did it in pretty pink lace at yesterday’s Burberry Prorsum men’s show in London, the heartfelt, piano-backed refrains her song Just Be making up part of the runway music.
If it comes between the truth or something beautiful, Paloma Faith surely opts for the latter. After all, why stick with what God gave you when you could be sporting a cloud of unearthly orange hair that turns every head and announces your very presence before anyone else has to?
What does the front row of a Burberry Prorsum show look like? A sort of roll-call of British cool kids, pop phenomenons and stars with enviable hair dos. At today’s Burberry spring 2014 show, front and center housed Paloma Faith, Sienna Miller, Harry Styles and Suki Waterhouse all in a row.