There were long suede capes aflutter with fringe, and new versions of the blanket poncho, which was a holiday 2014 bestseller at the multibillion-dollar brand. Fringing long and short dangled from bucket bags and ankle boots, from the backs of trenches and the edges of long checked scarves. Other boots — in particular thigh-high stiletto numbers — were made from a patchwork of colored suede, a motif that also worked its way onto short whipstitch trench coats with a crafty, art teacher feel. A strong lineup of micro-quilted, paisley and flower-printed coats, trenches and dresses — based on the traditional quilting techniques of Durham, England – were only for the most haute of hippies.
LFW | Burberry Prorsum Fall 2015 RTW Runway