Burberry Fall 2014–Showing off a softer side of the Burberry Prorsum woman, Christopher Bailey who now works as chief executive for the brand, presented a fall-winter 2014 collection with artistic influences. Bailey cited the Charleston Farmhouse in Sussex, England, of the Bloomsbury Group as inspiration for the collection. The place was home to artists like Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant. In keeping with the artistic theme, the Burberry woman shows off her inner bohemian for fall with painterly prints in the form of draping scarves and dreamy silk dresses in a natural palette. The label’s signature trench also gets the artistic treatment as well with blooming flowers and loose, robe-like silhouettes.