Burberry - "Trench Kisses"

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22 February 2013

 Burberry's new show, which Christopher Bailey named "Trench Kisses" was inspired by Burberry classics as well as being a nod to the notorious 60's bad girl Christine Keeler, (who almost brought down the British government with her naughty behaviour!) The show featured pencil skirts, kitten heels, belted signature trench coats and an overall ladylike silhouette mixed up with transparent latex and animalier prints, that gave the collection a contemporary edge, along with bold hardware that was used to detail cuffs and pockets. A heart pattern that runs through the collection added a sweet dimension to the whole.

Excitingly, for the next two weeks, you can order bags and coats straight from the runway that will be made to order just for you and can also be personalised with a bespoke engraved nameplate with your initials...and nine weeks later they'll be all yours!

The show was held in Hyde Park in an a venue designed exclusively for the event and was attended by great contemporary beauties like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Frieda Pinto, Kate Beckinsale and Olivia Palermo to mention just a few of the 1500 guests.