Monday, 17 February 2014

Jamie Campbell Bower, Harry Styles and Tinie Tempah in Burberry - London Fashion Week FW14

Jamie Campbell Bower, Harry Styles and Tinie Tempah in Burberry - London Fashion Week FW14
Jamie Campbell Bower / Burberry | Burberry Prorsum Fall Winter 2014


Burberry today revealed the Burberry Prorsum womenswear Autumn Winter 2014 collection, "The Bloomsbury Girls", at London Fashion Week. The collection takes creative inspiration from the British decorative art of the Bloomsbury set and Charleston, the country home and meeting place for the writers, painters and intellectuals who formed the group. Many celebrities attended the event, including Jamie Campbell Bower above (current SS14 campaign model), One Direction band member Harry Styles and fellow British artiste Tinie Tempah.

Jamie Campbell Bower wore a Burberry camel coloured coat, over a painted knitwear from Burberry Prorsum Fall Winter 2014, presented a few weeks ago during London Collections FW14. Not exactly sure what to make of that dishevelled hair: artfully messy or just the result of the gale force wind battering Britain right now?

Jamie Campbell Bower, Harry Styles and Tinie Tempah in Burberry - London Fashion Week FW14
Harry Styles, Tinie Tempah / Burberry

Harry Styles sent many hearts and flashbulbs aflutter when he arrived in an utterly delectable green suede Burberry trench coat. Tinie Tempah wore a blue (leather?) Burberry coat, gorgeous colour but I am having flashbacks to Kanye West in the Burberry coat last year. All three guys featured here wore coloured outerwear, major love to them.

A selection of the Fall Winter 2014 outerwear and accessories are available for purchase now until 3 March 2014, for delivery within nine weeks. The collection is inspired by the British Bloomsbury set of artists and writers at Charleston, including Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf. The runway collection celebrates the decorative arts, where hand-painted leaf motifs and patterned rugs combine in a patchwork of textures and prints. Love the below wool and cashmere shrugs / blankets where one can personalise their initials. The long cashmere scarfs were just as delectable, each design hand painted before silk-screening onto the scarves. Here are some of my wishlist favourites, click to find out more and to shop online:

2 comments:

  1. I am usually a fan of Jamie style but he looked so disappointing here.
    The hair is terrible and the jeans are too tight even for my taste.

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what's he wearing?