The Burberry Prorsum ‘English Rose’ Spring/Summer 2014 Collection & New Burberry Nails Shades

Now that the dust has settled on London Fashion Week I’m able to reflect on everything I saw on the runway, and I can officially say the Burberry Prorsum collection was my favourite – for a second season running! The Spring/Summer 2014 line was titled ‘English Rose’ and played with a selection of feminine themes. Matilda Lowther opened the show (rather than Cara Delevingne, who was the second model out), wearing a baby blue macramé lace shirt and pencil skirt, paired with a cashmere cardigan in a beautiful shade of mint green. The opening look was followed by a parade of pretty pastel shades, which – as the show went on – started to become heavily embellished. Here’s a look at the highlights…

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The ‘English Rose’ Spring/Summer 2014 collection also celebrated Burberry Beauty, and the models were all wearing next season’s nail colours. The six new shades will be available to purchase from January 2014, but if you can’t wait that long you’re able to order the full set from Burberry.com exclusively for the next two weeks (delivery within three weeks). The Burberry Nails complement the womenswear designs, and the colours are: Rose Pink, Dusky Mauve, Pale Grape, Pale Yellow, Sage Green and Mink.

Introducing Burberry Nails at the Burberry Prorsum Spring_Summer 2014 Show

If you missed the live stream you can watch the entire show – shot entirely with iPhone 5s – on YouTube right now. You will have ‘Benjamin Twine’ by George Ezra stuck in your head all day though…

Do you like the Spring/Summer 2014 Burberry Prorsum collection? Are you excited about the Burberry Nails shades?

Images courtesy of Burberry
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  • ellena hill

    A pastel coat and them shoes are now on my wish list!

  • Darnie

    No, I don’t like it the colors are nice, the clothes are awful.

  • Pippi Hepburn

    I love the jazzy outerwear! Don’t think it will be a big hit, especially since most of us are “working girls”. Need coats to wear and change but nothing that says, “hey, there’s that girl in the turquoise, big brass rivets, pink ruffle hem coat!” But I usually do my best to stand out with bright winter coats. Thanks for the Look See!