Burberry reveal the Burberry Prorsum womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014 collection, The Bloomsbury Girls, at London Fashion Week.
The custom-built show space opened up to reveal musicians Paloma Faith, Ed Harcourt and Rhodes performing live to the 1500 guests at London’s Kensington Gardens.
Paloma performed an exquisite rendition of 'Only Love Can Hurt Like This' with Ed Harcourt playing piano and a small orchestra accompanying.
The collection takes creative inspiration from the British decorative art of the Bloomsbury set and Charleston, the country home and meeting place for the writers, painters and intellectuals who formed the group.
Guests included musicians Harry Styles, Tinie Tempah, Laura Mvula, Lianne La Havas, actors Bradley Cooper, Naomie Harris, Felicity Jones, Melanie Laurent, Daniel Brühl, Jamie Campbell Bower, Angelababy, Carina Lau, Guey Lun-Mei, Kangana Ranaut, Beren Saat, film producers Harvey Weinstein, Mohammed Al Turki, photographer Mario Testino, digital leaders and entrepreneurs SY Lau (Tencent Group, parent company of WeChat), Mira Duma, media personalities Greg James, Cat Deeley, Olivia Palermo, Poppy Delevingne and Felicitas Rombold. Models walking the show included Suki Waterhouse, Cara Delevingne, Jean Campbell, Malaika Firth, Neelam Johal, Matilda Lowther, Jourdan Dunn, Charlotte Wiggins, Edie Campbell, Sung Hee Kim and Xiao Wen Ju.
The custom-built show space opened up to reveal British musicians Paloma Faith, Ed Harcourt and Rhodes performing live to the 1500 guests at London’s Kensington Gardens. The specially arranged runway soundtracks will be available for download on iTunes.com/Burberry.
Check out the Music-News.com exclusive interviews with Paloma Faith and Ed Harcourt immediately after the show.