Classic meets Contemporary at Burberry Prorsum Fall Winter 2013

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I have been wanting to share this post since morning with you guys but for some reason my comp uploads have been acting all weird. Anyway I had to share the Burberry Prorsum Fall Winter 2013 designs that recently were showcased at London Fashion Week. I almost shrieked with joy after seeing this mind blowing show. Christopher Bailey’s genius was once again at display in this classic meets contemporary collection. Who isn’t aware of the power of a Burberry trench but this classic signature wear from Burberry has been taken to a new level by Bailey. The heritage piece has been given a modern and sexy twist by usage of Translucent rubber materials, Leather flaps, Deep Oxblood colors, Animal print detailing from Jaguar, Zebra, giraffe to leopard making it look unbelievably chic. By far the most spectacular display of animal motifs.

 

 

 

 

 

Hearts galore on display whether on a sheath dress , a shirt paired with rubber pencil skirt , printed on trench or caressing some really cool clutch bags or cheekily revealed under a translucent rubber skirt.

 

 

 

 

The highlight for me were these leather fringees on the trench , skirt and clutches. Exceptionally beautiful

 

 

How cool are these White Rubber coats. Perfect for a Rainy day!!

The color palette was the classic camel color along with Black, White, Oxblood & Reds. I am totally crushing over these bags that are scrunched under the arms and worn like a clutch. Definitely poised to be the “IT” bags of the season. AWESOME

 

 

 

 

 

Enamored by this spectacular collection. My heart skipped a beat. Christopher Bailey Take a Bow!!

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