Oct 16, 2018 | By Nigel Taylor
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London: Designers have been culling inspiration from the early 60s over the past few seasons, and Burberry Prorsum’s Christopher Bailey jumped on the bandwagon for fall with a collection dedicated to an icon of that era, model Jean Shrimpton. The show opened with an emergency-cone orange slim coat with slightly shrunken sleeves that perfectly evoked the era. Drop-waists for tulip skirts and dresses also called to mind the Mod movement. Bailey’s skinny flare-leg tweed trousers worked well with the sharply tailored outerwear, while buffalo checked blanket coats added rustic charm. The show closed with a series of black and white fur pieces that seemed more Cruella De Vil than Jean Shrimpton, but the playful mood still connected to the youthquake theme.
Color: Bright orange / Red / Mustard / Burnt orange / Creamy beige / Black / White / Light blue
Key Items: Outerwear / Flared tweed pants / Dropped-waist dress / Sweater with fur sleeves
Materials: Buffalo checked wools / Double-faced wools / Marled yarns / Tweed / Furs / Duchesse satin
Details + Trim: Toggles / Dropped waists / Leather trim / Contrast sleeves / Dropped shoulders / Epaulets
Accessories + Footwear: Fur newsboy caps / Round tortoise shell sunglasses / Boxy handbags and satchels with Burberry plaid fabric / Structured clutches / Skinny leather belts / Wide color blocked belts / Platform buckle loafers / Platform lace-up booties
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