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Christopher Bailey managed to outdo himself once again with his Fall/Winter 17 collection. This time around, he dedicated the show to the brand’s English roots, with its inspiration on the work done by the British sculptor, Henry Moore. The presentation took place in the Makers House and it counted with structured designs and neutral palettes.
For this collection, Burberry partnered with the Henry Moore Foundation, who lent some of Moore’s most iconic sculptures to line the runway. Bailey sent seventy-nine looks down the catwalk including ruffled white shirts, cutout knot sweaters, one shoulder dresses, shirts with printed images of Moore’s sculpture and the brand’s famous trench coats.
Bailey who is known for breaking the rules in the fashion industry, is publicly displaying the entire collection at Makers House from February 21-27. The viewing also features over 40 pieces of Moore’s work to accompany the designs.