Burberry's February 2017 see-now, buy-now collection was inspired by renowned sculptor Henry Moore and featured a live performance by English singer Anna Calvi. As part of the fashion show in London's Markers House, the brand showcased more than 40 works by the British sculptor and hosted its after-party following the show in the Soho neighborhood space. Burberry's chief creative and executive officer, Christopher Bailey, said in a press release that "Moore's work on display will be a shining example of the creativity and enormous contribution he made to the development of contemporary art in the UK and way beyond, and I'm excited to be showing our February collection alongside the remarkable work of the artist that inspired it."
It girls and celebrities flocked to see the works that inspired the beautiful collection up close—without having to so much as hang up their Burberry trenches, capes, or other coats from the heritage label—over post-show cocktails, and the best news is that everyone is about to get the same access. Makers House has extended the unique opportunity for the public to view the Burberry collection and the art that inspired it for free from February 21 through February 27. With over 40 drawings, sculptures, working models, and more, the exhibit will also include workshops, events, and acoustic performances. Needless to say that if you're in the London area, this is a fashion-girl must-see.
Keep scrolling to check out photos of the stylish Burberry-clad attendees at Makers House in London.
On Naomi Campbell: Burberry Lightweight Double-faced Wool Twill Asymmetric Coat ($2895)
On Olivia Palermo: Burberry Double-faced Military Wool Cape ($2395).
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