Burberry Fall 2012 | London Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth

/

Published February 20, 2012

The Reign of Burberry – For fall 2012, Burberry chief creative officer Christopher Bailey continued to focus on the label’s own brand of elegance with a showing of modern outerwear. Using a color palette of neutrals with accents of olive-green, amber, plum and teal; the Burberry woman stands out with the season’s strong silhouettes and detailing. Tailored coats paired with flared skirts and ruched bow belts bring a flirty edge to the structural shapes. Rich fabrics of silk, velvet, wool and lace juxtapose the balance between elegance and coolness for the upcoming autumn season.


Recent Updates

Pamela Anderson Smashbox Makeup 2024 Featured

Pamela Anderson Brings Iconic Beauty to Smashbox Primer Ad

In a nostalgic nod to '90s glam, Pamela Anderson has partnered with Smashbox to front its latest campaign, "Isn't It ...
Zara Swimsuits Spring 2024 Featured

Zara Swimsuit Edit 2024: Imaan Hammam Gets Beachside Glam

In a blend of functionality and fashion, Zara's swimsuit collection for spring 2024 emerges with top model Imaan Hammam as ...
1920s Fashion Featured

1920s Fashion Trends: Beyond the Flapper Dress

Many decades have seen major style transformations, yet 1920s fashion is most well-known for ushering in the modern era of ...
Max Mara Spring 2024 Featured

Max Mara Spring 2024 Campaign: Utilitarian Chic

Max Mara's spring-summer 2024 campaign heralds a fusion of 1940s Women's Land Army aesthetics and Italian glamour, creating a fusion ...
Gucci Fall 2024 Feature

Gucci Fall 2024: From Equestrian to Evening Style

Gucci's fall-winter 2024 collection breaks to rules under the creative direction of Sabato De Sarno. The collection exudes a sense ...
Trendy Jeans Featured

Trendy Jeans for 2024: From Classic to Cutting-Edge Denim

No matter the season, denim is always on the menu. And when looking for trendy jeans, this year's lineup blends ...

7 thoughts on “Burberry Fall 2012 | London Fashion Week”

  1. Love the palate and heavy fabrics, particularly in the jackets. The entire collection would have been exponentially better without the frilly, bow belt, however. 

    Reply

Leave a Comment