Chief creative officer Christopher Bailey behind Burberry Prorsum was inspired by the Charleston Farmhouse in Sussex, England, of the Bloomsbury Group. My personal favorites from the show are the following clothing sets: silk crepe dresses which came in floral prints and amazing outerwear designs, starting with striped wool and cashmere blankets, which were worn as capes and jackets, lightweight silk cotton organdy trenchcoats, sheepskin lining classy and comfy jackets and those leather, suede and shearling coats. The accessories line featured tapestry totes, toggle belts, tufted velvet bags, hand-painted bags and shoes. The color palette comes with hints of green, orange and yellow, luxurious brown shades, gray, purple shades.
The next season appears to be soft, consisting of loose, robe-like silhouettes with the hints of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant works. Indeed, every piece comes with artistic influences, as Burberry woman shows her inner world, where is boho chic, painterly prints like naïve, smudgy flowers made of luxe and natural palette. I personally love that sensual gloss with colorful hand-painted pieces. All in all, this collection is a real fantasy of shapes and colors, with classy and feminine garments, that come directly from our dreams.
I really felt in love with those classy and timeless abstracted floral prints.