Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Jourdan Dunn and Cara Delevingne sat front row at Burberry's London Fashion Week show…
Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Cara Delevingne and Sam Smith were among the gaggle of A-listers gracing the front row at the Burberry Prorsum show this afternoon. Designer Christopher Bailey delivered the kind of collection that boho dreams are made of, as richly embroidered patchworks and one monster fringe cape ruled the runway – we’re looking at you, Malaika Firth.
These are the moments you cannot miss from London Fashion Week’s hottest show…
Cara, Jourdan, Kate And Naomi United
Yes, the full set! Supermodels past, present and future joined forces on the front row, mingling with Grammy award-winners (hello, Sam Smith) and It-girls alike. Backstage we spotted the girl gang congratulating Christopher Bailey and posing up a storm with BFF Mario Testino. See all the pictures in the gallery above.
The Luxe Bohemian Clothes
We’ve warned you already – the SS15 Seventies trend is going nowhere fast come autumn. Designer Christopher Bailey was feeling fringe, big time, and applied the texture whenever and wherever he could (we saw it on both heavy, swooshing ponchos and tiny, delicate bag trims alike). Named ‘Patchwork, Pattern & Prints’ the collection was a folksy-themed mash-up of all of the above – texture-mix gilets were thrown over vintage-look dresses and teamed with thigh-high suede boots, patchworked with saturated colour blocks. Dreamy. (See every single look in the gallery above.)
Just who will be Burberry’s star performer? It’s always one of London Fashion Week’s biggest, burning questions and today the answer was an epic vocal from Brit singer Clare Maguire. Previous seasons have given us career-making sets from the likes of James Bay and Tom Odell – the brand really have a knack of spotting cool niche talents and confirming them as the next big thing.
The Glittering Gospel Finale
Burberry chose not to deliver its signature all-trench finale, instead wowing the crowds with a gospel choir and huge confetti cannons. Genius, really. The notion of blanket dressing reigns on for another season, even knocking the trusty trench coat off its Burberry perch. Now that’s big news, fash fans.