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Editorial

Burberry ended London fashion week with its ‘February Collection 2017’. The show featured men and women in the tried-and-tested ‘no season’ formula introduced last time. The collection drew inspiration from the work and personal style of British sculptor Henry Moore, proposing eccentric looks without excess that focused on chunky woven knitwear, which came cropped and/or asymmetric, and oversize pleated shirting with extra-long sleeves, often layered over one another or worn under a trench, also oversize, work jackets or mini capes in hand-woven rope. Other shirts had lace appliqués, which also embellished sailor knits, or prints reminiscent of Moore’s designs, the same found on those crew neck unisex sweatshirts.