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Burberry shows Patchwork, Pattern and Prints at LFW
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Feb '15
British luxury fashion house Burberry showcased its latest Autumn/Winter 2015 womenswear collection ‘Patchwork, Pattern and Prints’ at the recently held London Fashion Week (LFW).

Inspired by the intricate quilting styles of Durham, the line, which included pieces like ponchos, capes, coats, long fringe scarves and ponytail boots, has been accentuated with patchwork, paisley and floral bohemian prints as well as animal and camouflage printed lace.

As part of the brand’s Runway Made to Order service, some of the ensembles that were shown at the runway were made available to purchase and personalise immediately after the presentation.

The Kensington Gardens’ event was attended by the company’s former and current campaign faces including Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne, Naomi Campbell and Jourdan Dunn.

In a bid to reach out to a wider customer base, the brand’s current LFW show was live streamed globally on Burberry.com and the brand’s social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, WeChat and Line. (PB)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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