WATCH: Burberry Prorsum x London Collections Men S/S 2015


In the recent London Collections: Men (LC: M), the creative mind and pioneer behind Burberry's digital-phase luxury—Christopher Bailey has gone throwback on prints and analogue in showcasing his spring-summer 2015 menswear collection at the Kensington Palace Gardens.


Inspired around British travel writer and novelist Bruce Chatwin, elegant hand-painted fonts and artworks were all the rage as seen onto trainers, gilt-edged oversize notebooks, portfolios, and travel satchel (bags).



The rich palette of colours applied to co-ordinated looks of double denim, loose velveteen trouser, gabardine and seersucker were all seemed sourced from the covers and bindings of Britain in Pictures, an instructive 132-volume edition published in the 1940s. Some of the cover designs featured on T-shirts and silk scarves that wreathed around their wearers.


With live performance from singer/pianist Benjamin Clementine—in a full-throated voice that reminds us of Nina Simone.


Tonal saturation, dusty bright reds and yellows, a few youthful shades of aqua greens and optic whites were transported up and down on an open-roofed runway.



Bailey said the Britist writer, Bruce Chatwin, became this season's muse "because of his relaxed, easy spirit and his curious mind".


"I like the fact that these two worlds co-exist [old forms of communication like books and paper vs. digital and new media]. I have always believed in new media. And I really believe in print – and craft, and poetry, and bookbinding... I find the art of words very inspiring," according to Bailey.

Spotted at Burberry Prorsum London Collections: Men S/S 2015 were British model Jourdan Dunn.


Musician George Craig


Supermodel David Dandy 
 

Musician Tinie Tempah


And Harry Potter's Malfor Draco—Tim Felton with Burberry's Christopher Bailey.


Now watch the full runway show below, with views from multiple-vantage points and spot the eye-catching pieces of the collection, and get a chance to shop the runway look online at http://uk.burberry.com until June 24, 2014.



In the Philippines, Burberry is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc. (SSI) and is located at Greenbelt 4, Rustan’s Makati, and Rustan’s Tower.


14 comments:

  1. The colors and the styles looks stunning. It made Burberry an elegant company for fashion.

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  2. Very good style and colors. But I think I can't model not even a piece of this collection. ha,ha,ha..

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  3. Burberry's design are becoming a lot flashier. I have some polo shirt from Burberry.

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  4. The designs are so classy! I like that Burberry has the turquoise color palette for men's clothes. It's a refreshing look from the typical nudes.

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  5. One of my dreams is to watch a real designer fashion show like this one. (As well as own a Burberry bag of my own. Haha!) Anyways, I can imagine myself there thanks to you! The prints and bold colors are so perfect for S/S! :D

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  6. I love the yellow satchel bag. Just wondering how much is it in the market.

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  7. The show looks so colorful! Perfect to have a great show!! Love the bags

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  8. oh wow! the bags are lovely. I like to have the red one. ;))

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  9. Their collections looks nice and it would have been better if David Gandy walked the runway too.

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  10. Are the collections for autumn or spring? They all look awesome! I even want to wear one of the collections! :D

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  11. Those bags and jackets look amazing! Awesome use of colors I must say.

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  12. What a show! Love all the bright colors in the collection. My fave would be the eye-catching bags with the beautiful font print.

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  13. I want the travel satchel bags.. their color palettes are really good and classic.
    A huge comeback for Font Prints! :)

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  14. Very nice...much more daring than the usual men's wear both in color and style.

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