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Editorial

The same ‘classically bohemian’ style as the latest Burberry menswear collection also featured on the women’s runway, packed with exotic and floral prints from all over the world. The suggestion and colours of these decorative elements featured on belted single and double-breasted coats and dresses of various lengths, mini or above the knee tunics or tight bodices that sometimes had lace insets and long sheer, fluid skirts (with visible panties) and high waist, in pure ’70s style. Other embellishments were the Indian mirrors embroidered onto tops, animal prints, especially for the bags, and the fringes hanging from blanket-shawls, capes and trenches (the latter in suede) but also fluttering on ankle-boots, as an alternative to suede patchwork pirate boots, perhaps one of the few items this luxury nomad does not share with her bohemian companion.