Burberry Pre-Fall 2016
November 20, 2015 - fall Denim
Christopher Bailey’s initial collection underneath Burberry’s singular tag featured logos, fur and sensuous troops references.
Christopher Bailey’s initial collection underneath a single Burberry label featured sensuous outerwear, troops references and nods to a sporting life in a form of Burberry-emblazoned cashmere sweatshirts and striped zip-front cardigans. It was a appreciative play on suit and hardness with nothing of a grungy corner of a spring collection.
Bailey glammed adult bland outerwear with fur, doing adult duffles in a brew of raccoon and fox; defeat white shearling into oversize flier jackets or a double-breasted coat; and slipping a raccoon collar onto a trench-inspired cape. On a slimmer side, there was a sleek, belted cinnamon suede ditch with a far-reaching collar and a blink to a Seventies.
Spring’s military theme marched on into pre-fall in a form of dim cropped jackets, thespian capes and fitted, elongated coats with rows of glossy buttons and red contrariety piping on pockets and collars.
Dresses, skirts and coats showcased a collection’s signature detail — a contrariety luggage-stitch design that ran daintily over wispy silk crepe dresses, widen denim skirts and nap boot-cut trousers.