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Editorial

A parade of outerwear in various styles, lengths and colours; there was no common theme at Burberry, rather a heterogeneous feel to a collection that dipped into the archive and paid tribute to this brand founded in Victorian times, so thick with history and genres that have followed one another over time. First came a red and black checked double-breasted coat, followed by a series of cadet jackets with gold buttons, duffle coats, trenches, technical jackets, oversize down jackets, bombers, blazers and a variety of track tops, which were zip through with funnel neck and side bands like in the ’70s, which linked with the soft, slim track pants worn with black sneakers with a colourful midsole.