RUNWAY: Burberry Prorsum FW15A cacophony of patterns and prints littered Burberry Prorsum's FW15 runway: florals, animal prints and plenty of texture were the biggest trends according to the British label's CEO, Christopher Bailey. Gone are the cigarette pants that were Bailey's signature and instead the softer side of Burberry has shown through the last few seasons, from painters to today's (relatively) harder offerings. Fur was also a big player on the runway, from a fur vest - Bailey's iteration on a now-contrive piece of clothing - to a cashmere sweater with medium-pile fur from the armpit down.
Burberry's strongest suit is their outerwear and there was as many coats and jackets as there were models, maybe even more due to layering. As for accessories, there was plenty to love like a pink bag for the most confident of men to simple, oversized totes; but scarves were the biggest accessory story here, metallic accents, animal prints and, of course, the Burberry check wrapped their patterns around these youthful models necks as they paraded down the runway to the sounds of Clare Maguire.