Here’s your scoop of this month’s most awaited presentation at London Fashion Week

With a new chief creative officer at its helm, Burberry steered into a fresh direction with the Spring 2020 collection at the London Fashion Week. The genius Riccardo Tisci infused the flavour of his claim to fame from Givenchy days to his now first big presentation for Burberry. With no nova checks in sight (quite unbelievable, but yes!), the collection was replete with tassels, netting, slinky silver gowns, feathers, and sheer details. 

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The show saw a departure from last season’s resolve to steer clear of celebrities. The event saw Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid walking the ramp in some of the most powerful looks of the collection. Having said that, it is mandatory to mention that Kendall went blonde for the first time and her hair has been as much a topic of discussion as the show itself. She sported an extremely wearable look consisting of a fringed skirt and leather detailing bomber jacket. 

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Hermes style scarves were spotted as part of another look and were the only pops of colour in an otherwise monotone show. The show clearly had an agenda of offering something to everyone. Even though nova checks were amiss, Burberry’s branding still looked prominent with clever placement on collars and jackets in a few looks, for those who love branded insignia or logo-imprint fashion. 

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Burberry’s iconic trench coat did not take centre stage but Tisci did present a few renditions of his own - one with patchwork and the other had a pink back! The show offered a plethora of workwear looks with precision tailoring but on the other hand, were a few looks which had feminine bralettes and dresses with beautiful draping on them. You could also spot a few skirts that were draped in lace detailing and fluted hems which are certainly going to be a huge trend in 2020. 

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Burberry went a step ahead in making efforts to completely offset the carbon footprint of their show and guest’s flight through VSC certified REDD+ projects which prevent deforestation and conserve tropical rainforest in the Brazilian Amazon. 

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The colour palette was also a departure from Autumn/Winter show and was intentionally restricted to luxurious tones of white, camel, greys, and slate blue. The collection was full of easy separates which can be worn absolutely anywhere and we can’t wait to get our hands on our favourite pieces. When is January coming?

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