Bailey uses warm and inviting colours such as Indigo, red, burgundy, teal, ochre, alongside prints such as animals, floral and paisley inspired by the Durham quilts and camouflage printed lace as his working palette. Of course, there’s a plethora of patchworks used throughout the collection.
“We called the show ‘Patchwork, Pattern & Prints’, which really sums up what’s at the heart of the collection; a relaxed yet intricate collection of dramatic silhouettes, handcrafted embroidery, and detailed embellishment,” says Bailey on the show.
As for the clothes, he churned out tailored and fitted outerwear, long high-waist dresses, and short A-line dresses.
These pieces are meticulously crafted out of quintessential English fabrics such as English fringed suede, Durham quilts and sheer English lace, mirror textiles – all reflecting the true essence of Bohemian style that is known for its ageless appeal.
Just like the previous seasons, Burberry customers are able to pre-order the runway pieces and have it personalised at Burberry’s website and selected stores around the world.