Fashion Week

Burberry’s New Ready-to-Wear Is Really Ready

In a full embrace of the runway-to-retail trend that’s been turning fashion weeks on their head for the past year or so, Burberry’s new collection—unveiled on Monday evening—is available right here, right now.

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Seasons are so last year: Burberry’s February collection was on
London’s runway on Monday and is shoppable now. Image via Burberry.

Inspired by multifaceted British artist Henry Moore, the knitwear, trenches and handbags referenced his esoteric use of proportion and scale while classic, traditional workwear pieces—trousers, overalls, jackets—were a nod to artisans everywhere.

In further homage to Moore, Burberry has opened what they’re calling Makers House for the next week. In collaboration with the artist’s foundation, they’ll be showing some of his best work as well as offering workshops in printmaking, textiles, life drawing and more.

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A Henry Moore sculpture from Makers House, taken during Burberry’s after-party,
by our VP of designer apparel, Jennifer Wheeler. 

You’re encouraged to do some of your own best work in the brand-new pieces, already up in our Burberry pages. Our slideshow highlights some favorite looks and a few key selections as they appeared on the runway.

EXPLORE: current-season Burberry | all designer collections

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—Laura Cassidy