Last season, for Spring 2011, Christopher Bailey showed a nice collection, but it was a collection that strayed far from the history of Burberry. For Fall/Winter 2012, Bailey veered back towards the well-established vision of the label and showed a fairly good collection. It was nothing compared to his hugely successful Spring 2010 and Fall 2011 collections (my personal favourites to date), but it was true to Burberry style. To start, Bailey allowed the early sixties to shape his show, and as with any Burberry show, the focus was on the coats. There were bright colours, structured wide sleeves, drop waists, and a slight military influence:
Watch Part 1 of the show here, and Part 2 here.
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