Burberry showed its Prorsum Menswear Fall / Winter 2015 collection at London’s Kensington Gardens, with a live performance from British singer-songwriter Clare Maguire, accompanied by London Contemporary Voices, The Langley Sisters and her band.
British musicians George Cosby and Tenterhook performed live as guests entered and exited the show venue.
Guests at the show included the current faces of the brand’s Spring / Summer 2015 campaign Jourdan Dunn and George Barnett; actors James Norton, George MacKay, Edward Holcroft and Giorgio Pasotti; musicians James Bay and Tinie Tempah; models Liu Wen and David Gandy; radio presenters Dermot O’Leary and Nick Grimshaw, as well as producers and filmmakers Mohammed Al Turki and Ali Mustafa.
Christopher Bailey designed a collection characterised by bohemian layering mixed with tailoring, featuring authentic fabrics, camouflage, paisley and floral patterns.
The fabrics are linen, corduroy, quilted cotton and shearling.
Colours include ink, green, ochre, camel, purple, charcoal, red, fuchsia and turquoise.
Silhouettes are trench coats, chesterfields, cabans, pea coats, topcoats, quilted jackets, donkey jackets, bomber jackets and tailoring.
The collection introduces the Burberry Fringe Scarf, the Carryall Bag and the Burberry Scholar Eyewear Collection of opticals and sunglasses.
Fringe Scarfes can be monogrammed with up to three initials, while outerwear and The Carryall Bag can be personalised with a bespoke nameplate.
How do you like the collection? What are your favourite looks?