Burberry pumps up the volume and color for its pre-fall 2011 collection. Featuring luxurious trenches cinched at the middle and puffy silhouettes, the latest pieces from the British label bring to the floor-length dresses and patterned pants to the forefront.
1. Eniko Mihalik for Harper’s Bazaar Spain October 2010 by Nico
2. Guinevere van Seenus by Mario Sorrenti for 10 Magazine Fall 2010
3. Edita Vilkeviciute by Camilla Akrans for Numéro #117
4. Burberry Spring 2011 | London Fashion Week
5. Doutzen Kroes for Elle France September 2010 by Alex Cayley
6. Natasha Poly by Terry Richardson for Vogue Russia October 2010
Bringing a sense of streamlined sleekness to spring 2011, Burberry Prorsum unveils a collection of leopard prints, ruffles and of course–their signature coats for the last day of womenswear from London Fashion Week. Accented by brights and jewel tones, the latest outing from chief creative director Christopher Bailey offered a focus on details such as piping, raised patterns and ruching found on the collection’s outerwear pieces. Closing with a jacket and dress combination worn by fall campaign star, Nina Porter, confetti fell down to end the show.
We have more campaign madness this Friday, and for the second time Mario Testino is behind the lens with Burberry‘s fall advertisements. Per usual, the campaign features an varied cast of British models, musicians and other personalities. Joining model and actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley are Nina Porter, Sam Rollinson, Charlotte Wiggins, Caspar Smyth, Douglas Booth, Gwilym Gold, Rory Cottam, Samuel Fry, Seb Brice and Thomas Penfound in the label’s signature trenches. A first for Burberry, their fall campaign also has an interactive aspect which can be seen on the official site where images can be rotated and zoomed in for a 360 look at the collection.