Burberry showed its Burberry Prorsum Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2013 collection at the recent London Fashion Week. The collection is inspired by Burberry classics, sixties beauty Christine Keeler, and featuring an iconic Burberry colour palette.
The show culminated in a surprise music performance that celebrated Burberry’s support of emerging British music talent. The runway opened up to reveal a stage with Tom Odell, 2013 Critics’ Choice BRIT award winner and Burberry Acoustic musician, accompanied by a choir of concert backing singers.
The performance of the forthcoming single ‘Hold Me’ served as the backdrop for the show finale, concluding a British soundtrack by Paloma Faith and Burberry Acoustic musician Misty Miller.
The show marked Burberry’s debut of Runway Made to Order, a service that offers custom-made outerwear and bags from the collection featuring personalised engraved nameplates. Runway coats and bags are now available for two weeks on Burberry.com, for delivery in nine weeks.
What can you find in the Burberry Prorsum Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2013 collection? All kinds of pieces from Trench coats, cabans, Chesterfields, topcoats, regimental greatcoats, column dresses, shell dresses and cropped trousers. As for the colours, it’s all about white, camel, oxblood, red, black and gold.
For the accessories, you’ll find crush bags, kitten wedges, animal print sunglasses and gold band belts.
Lastly, for the most exclusive part of Burberry’s collection, the make up is what everyone was oogling at. From the golden glow with Trench Kiss lips, Oxblood Burberry nail polish… What’s not to love?
If you missed out on the fashion show, fear not! Just watch the whole thing here: