British artist Henry Moore provided the inspiration for luxury label Burberry’s latest collection at London Fashion Week on Monday, with models strutting amid his sculptures in neutral designs influenced by his work.
At the British brand’s mixed menswear and womenswear catwalk show, Chief Creative Officer Christopher Bailey offered deconstructed knitwear, overhanging shirts and the fashion house’s trademark outerwear for both male and female wardrobes, reports Reuters.
There were ivory lace dresses for women, worn with knits or over ruffled white shirts with frills and striped tops. Rope detailing adorned sweatshirt-like jumpers.
Bailey also presented one-shouldered short dresses, capes and loose indigo blue trousers. A pair of overalls in the same shade also made an appearance.
Men’s shirts also had lace detailing while trousers were high-waisted. A selection of jackets and Burberry’s famed trench coats came in sculpted shapes.