Burberry Prorsum at London Week Autumn/Winter

It is one of the most anticipated parades. Burberry has presented his women’s collection Burberry Prorsum autumn – winter 2010 at London fashion week. And has done a great, not only for the beauty of their designs, but by a great novelty: follow the parade in 3D.

On the catwalk, we have seen a very full parade, characterized by jackets, coats and trench in all its versions. The Aviator jackets It has been the great protagonists, with skin on the inside, very warm for the cold winter.

I love this coat type trench in klein blue, perfect to combine with jeans or black clothes, two must of our wardrobe.

Draped dresses they have been the major players in the collection. In different colors and styles, they are very female being very tight to the body. They mark the feminine silhouette and the models become parts extremely sexy with zips, a fashion that we have already been able to enjoy this winter and continuing next season.

There are various styles, as well as skirts: style corset, body draping, dress made based on tapes, vertical steering wheel, skirt pencil skirt, skirt with zipper,

This is another look that has fascinated me: the combination of leggings with American and belt. Very stylish! I would have chosen a further wide belt, but nothing more.

In as far as colors it is no place for the classic, the Black, and dark blue, blue ink, Brown, toast, cream, ocher, Bordeaux, magenta, kaki, military green, mustard and dark green.

Complementing the musketeer boots, which I love! and several bags of crocodile.

The parade, which was held at the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, and has had more than 1,000 guests, among which stands out the presence of Kate Hudson, Kristen Stewart, Mary Kate Olsen, Mia Wasikowska, Claire Danes, One Night Only, Anna Wintour, Mario Testino, and many more.

It was the first 3D broadcast, and Burberry has done since rooms with screens designed by Christopher Bailey in five simultaneous private events around the world in Paris, New York, Dubai, Tokyo and Los Angeles live from London. A success.

A spectacular collection, don’t you think?