The Burberry Prorsum Fall 2014 Collection is Tribal and Crafty

 - Feb 19, 2014
References: us.burberry & honestlywtf
Inspired by the 20th century British Bloomsbury set of artists, intellectuals, philosophers and writers at Charleston, the Burberry Prorsum Fall 2014 runway collection is all about celebrating the decorative arts and tribal prints.

Choosing to give the traditional Burberry plaid print a rest for the fall season, the new Burberry Prorsum Fall 2014 is full of boho flower motifs and a patchwork of textures and prints.

Featuring hand-painted leafs motifs and patterned rugs on shearling jackets, trench coats, silk crepe dresses, scarves, toggle belts, handbags and booties, the delicate free-hand drawn collection is beautifully crafted.

Using wool and cashmere blankets as shawls and scarves, the English-woven gabardine organdy and Scottish-woven cashmere come in shades of cameo pink, bright olive and elderberry. The collection also includes one-off, hand-painted coats and bags.