Burberry has taken its womenswear collection to its 121 Regent Street flagship store, giving audiences the opportunity to view, pre-order and personalise pieces shown on the runway earlier this afternoon.
The latest Burberry Fall 2016 collection – called “A Patchwork” – was revealed at the brand’s custom-built show venue in London’s Kensington Gardens, accompanied by a live performance by award-winning British musician Jake Bugg.
Celebrating the announcement that, from September, Burberry’s runway collections will be available to buy immediately after the show online and in-store globally, the February 2016 collection is now on display at the 121 Regent Street store, and will subsequently move to the Burberry Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré store in Paris on March 1st.
The womenswear collection features a mix of patterns and textures influenced by British artists, musicians and history.
A collection of bags inspired by the belt buckle from the brand’s iconic trench coat. Each one-of-a-kind bag is individually designed and named. With a variety of colours, textures, fabrics and embellishments, each bag features a polished buckle and can be worn as a shoulder or crossbody, or carried as a clutch. Customers can select an exclusive bag design, which can be personalised with up to three initials as part of Burberry’s Runway Made to Order service.
Inspired by the distinctive patchwork details present throughout the collection and by the classic wellington boot, the structured ankle boot comes in snakeskin and rubberised leather with a raised heel and accentuated tread.
Go backstage and discover how Burberry brings the luxury of accessibility to its runway collection.