Rich in color, and arts and crafts, is the name of the game for the Burberry Prorsum pre-fall 2014 collection.
Taking inspiration from the late 19th century Arts and Crafts movement, the collection features jacquard, brocade, velvet, and a variety of prints from florals to even large printed maps of London.
It was clear that designer Christopher Bailey wanted to evoke richness in the silhouettes and the fabrics. He upped the volume by using a quintessential fall color palette; deep eggplants and emeralds, mustards and heather grey, navy, golds, maroons, and even dusty lavender and pastel blue.
The collection played a very cool line between chic city sophistication and classic romanticism. Fitted and closely tailored, to loose and high-waisted, the collection works for a variety of body shapes, and fits in perfectly for layering.
We Want To Know: If you could wear one look from Burberry Prorsum’s pre-fall 2014 collection, which one would you choose?
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