Burberry latest collection 2017 is all inspired by Henry Moore, the renowned British sculptor. Those inspiring, feminine clothes were a clear sign of the shift in size to come, one that would eventually reconfigure the traditionalist dimensions of the trench coat, along with all the other Briticisms in a Burberry wardrobe.
The cable knits were a main example, often cut with a sexy, off-the-shoulder line; in some cases they were created as asymmetric miniskirts. It was Bailey’s version of the sweatshirt though, the more casual cousin of the Aran sweater, that were the most persuasive. Fashion’s love affair with the oversize hoodie appears to be coming to an end, at least in London. Bailey’s versions of the look came with off-kilter attitude and a nip-waisted silhouette. one that would work just as well with the current craze for thigh-high boots as it did with Burberry’s surprisingly abstract heel—perhaps the most direct honor to Moore’s work.