RUNWAY: Burberry FW16Burberry is likely the largest high fashion company to opt for a see-now, buy-now runway model so seeing how well this FW16 season does in stores and online will be closely watched. In addition to that, Christopher Bailey also chose to sprinkle in permanent/season-less designs here and there. There was a lot going on at Burberry's show yesterday: some 80-plus looks were shown on both male and female models and a majority of the clothes could be worn by either, like the shearling-lined moto-jackets or a pair of floral patterned pants. Bruberry's softer, more romantic aesthetic has been around for a few seasons now and continues on, this season inspired by Virginia Woolf's Orlando. As previously mentioned, there was a lot going on at Burberry and after all the tweet and Instagram-worthy moments had faded, what's left is a collection that seemed to be grasping at straws for retail success with its promise of instant gratification from a collection that felt as dusty at your grandmother's edition of Orlando.