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Thursday, 07 April 2011 01:51

Let it snow

Written by Daniel P Dykes

In the closing moments of Burberry Prorsum's catwalk showing for their autumn / winter 2011 women's collection the label pulled off a mean feat: they made it snow. Inside.

Seated along the catwalk, trusty Canon 7D in-hand I captured those closing moments, with model Abbey Lee Kershaw leading the close.

burberry snow

You'll find the video of the Burberry Prorsum women's catwalk directly below, and under that you'll find all the catwalk pictures. Thankfully Allan's skill with a camera is better then my own.

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Thursday, 28 April 2011 03:25

Burberry streaming to Picadilly Circus

Written by Tania Braukamper

If you're not watching Burberry Prorsum's London Fashion Week show on your computer screen right here on Fashionising.com, you may wish to experience it in an even bigger way: on the iconic 32 metre digital screen in London's Picadilly Circus.

The show starts at 4pm (GMT) - so if you're around London check it out on the big screen at Picadilly Circus for a larger-than-life view, otherwise you can watch the Burberry Prorsum live stream from anywhere in the world be following that link.

Published in events
Thursday, 03 March 2011 15:03

A selection from the front row

Written by Daniel P Dykes

By now it's likely that you've had the chance to take in all our photos from Burberry Prorsum's autumn / winter 2011 collection (if you haven't, follow the link). Amongst them you'll notice that, while we snapped a bevy of sumptuous detail photo, photos of the attending guests were noticeably missing. And Burberry Prorsum pulls a crowd. From model Lily Donaldson to editor Anna Wintour, and the likes of Kate Bosworth in between, they were all there and we now have the pictures online to give you a look at how each of them rocks pieces from the fashion house. Or perhaps the pieces rock them.

burberry front row

You can click on the thumbnails below to see all the photos of Burberry Prorsum's front row from their most recent showing at London fashion week.

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Tuesday, 26 April 2011 22:51

That piece of silver

Written by Tania Braukamper

Has there been a more glamorous, more fresh take on the biker jacket than Burberry's silver cropped version from Spring 2011? If so, it does't spring to mind. All I can think of is how many different ways you could wear a silver biker. Granted - it won't last forever and will fade in and out of desirability. But while it lasts - it's one take worth having. Viktor Vauthier shoots one of his girls in the biker, and as usual it's all raw, sexy and a little bit fun.

burberry biker Viktor Vauthier

Click on the gallery below to see more of Viktor's shots.

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Saturday, 05 February 2011 18:03

Burberry Prorsum studded jacket

Written by Daniel P Dykes

If you want to see just how decadent the punk and motorcycle fashion trends can be crafted to be, then look no further then this fusion statement piece from Burberry Prorsum.

burberry biker jacket

Embellished with varying sizes and styles of silver studs over a leather base, this punk / biker jacket comes from Burberry Prorsum's spring / summer 2011 collection. It stays true to what everyone envisages a biker jacket to be at its most basic level, but it also sports larger lapels and zips befitting of such a decadent jacket and perfectly suited to a season where the influence of 1970s fashion reigns supreme.

The jacket retails for around the 4,000 pound mark, and is available from Net-a-porter amongst others. You can see more pictures of the biker jacket directly below.

burberry biker jacket

burberry biker jacket

burberry biker jacket

Published in clothing
Monday, 28 March 2011 06:58

Burberry's Sydney flagship store

Written by Daniel P Dykes

It's been a long held belief of mine that the majority of the fashion industry squandered the good times. Shoppers were buying things, fashion included, with gay abandon at a rate that never could realistically be maintained. Through it all profits were high and bonuses were fat. But despite the inevitable outcome (even if you believe it's solely the luxury of hindsight that allows me to say that, my subsequent point still stands) very few retailers and fashion houses reinvested that extra profit to their benefit. Certainly, there was lots of brand building afoot but so many of the stores that you and I frequent failed to invest in the key things that really make shopping worth our while: the experience.

Often, pre-financial melt down and subsequently, you'd enter a store to receive sub-par service and a mediocre experience. If you opted to make a purchase you left the store with slightly less of a buzz then you should have: perhaps you liked your purchase for look, quality of fit, but seldom did you tell your friends about the experience of shopping. And that's a shame, because had that extra profit so many stores were making been reinvested into service and experience, fewer of them would be facing the problem of dwindling sales that they are now.

Not everyone made this mistake, however. Take Apple, the wunderkind of the tech industry, who reinvested countless billions into creating not only the perfect products but also the perfect shopping experience for their customers. Some fashion houses did the same, and shoppers in Sydney, Australia now have the opportunity to indulge in such an experience with the opening of Burberry's Australian flagship store in the city.

burberry sydney

In many ways, this new flagship store has all the hallmarks of a shopping experience as it should be. It's not an experience of the curated kind that sees me head to Colette each time I'm in Paris, but it is instead an experience that leaves you in no doubt of the thought that was put into each element of the store and one that doesn't fail to make you realise that Burberry work very hard to communicate luxury through all they do. While that experience goes from customer service right through to the iPod docks for customers' use, Burberry have also managed to again walk that fine line between the modern and the traditional. While video walls and touch screens abound throughout the store and display cases are often finished in clean, modern lines, the store is also finished in British sourced materials that both serve as a subtle signal of the brand's heritage and befit the heritage Sydney building in which Burberry have housed themselves.

Burberry's Sydney flagship store can be found at 343 George Street. It stocks pieces from the following of the fashion house's collections: Burberry Prorsum, Burberry London, Burberry Brit, Burberry Heritage Outerwear, Burberry Childrenswear, and Burberry Accessories. You can see pictures from the store by clicking on the thumbnails below.

/images/201105021646112842.jpgBurberry extravaganza celebrates Beijing store opening (13.4.11)

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