Wednesday, 1 March 2017


During and just after London Fashion Week last week Burberry opened up the Burberry Makers House for everybody to see. Here designer Christopher Bailey (pictured in the bottom left) showed were and how he got the inspiration to his latest collection. The late British sculptor Henry Moore was the big inspiration this season with his famous and sensual bronze sculptures. A few of his original work and models was showed here and also mood boards etc and, of course, the new collection along with the unique capes that was created solely for the catwalk. Made from glass, metal, feathers, fur, string and shoe soles etc

Some of the capes.

This was my favourite, made entirely from shoe soles!

Part of the new collection, the coat in glen check is a must next winter!

Feathers and silk and passementeries from the unique capes shown at Makers House.

The model to his famous sculpture in polystyrene with a decorative mix of his tools in the background.

Henry Moore loved sheep. This cape is dedicated that love.

Henry Moore was always dressed in blue, some say it was to match his intensively blue eyes...some of the collection was inspired by Henry's working clothes.

White, black and lace, the basics in this new collection!
More inspiration from sheep! Now we are looking forward to what Burberry will come up with for next season...

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