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Burberry Takes Us to the Great British Outdoors
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by Mimi Droeshout 3-minute read February 18, 2024

It's gearing up to be a very British winter. 

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The Burberry show — with Creative Director Daniel Lee's third collection for the brand — was the grand finale of London Fashion Week. Inspired by the great outdoors, the Fall 2024 collection delved into the archives and traditional craftsmanship of Lochcarron and Donegal, which put the main focus on the fabrics and detailing of each piece. Coats, the emblem of protection, took center stage in various forms, from the iconic Burberry trench in moleskin, wool, and leather to relaxed, double-breasted silhouettes adorned with shearling collars. The collection was presented in true Burberry fashion with a mix of utility and luxury — field jackets layered in shearling or faux fur, and scarves reimagined as patchwork shirts and needle-punched satin pieces. The essence of nature and the British outdoors was woven throughout, from moss-inspired sequined dresses to paisley silk-crepe slip dresses, with a color palette that was earthy and organic. It seems as though Lee’s vision for Burberry is finally becoming more clear, defining his own language within the brand’s heritage, and giving us a glimpse of a true British (Burberry) winter. 


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