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Isabel O'Neill

London Fashion Week has concluded and two of NorthPark Center’s British brands dominated the runways. Burberry and Mulberry proved their brilliance as they each navigated new territory.




Photo courtesy of Burberry

Burberry’s Christopher Bailey took a chance and shook things up when he announced the first collection that would be immediately available in Burberry boutiques. This controversial ready-to-buy business model meant eager fashionistas awaited the Autumn 2016 pieces to debut not only on the runways but also in stores. Filled with intricate details, high collars and mixed prints, Burberry demonstrated that more is more. Rich detail was applied to each trend with layers of velvet, silk, shearling and of course, the iconic plaid.




Photos courtesy of Mulberry

Johnny Coca’s second show as creative director of Mulberry did not disappoint. Contrasting last season’s edgy vibe, Mulberry’s Summer 2017 catwalk looked softer with ruffles, long hems and asymmetrical lines. Showing a modern take on the uniform, there were a plethora of loose blazers and stripes reimagined with delicate embellishments and ruffled details on the runway.

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