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February 23, 2011  | by: Hannah Bell

Black and White and Chic All Over

One of London’s biggest brands, Burberry, is known for cutting-edge style that straddles the line between preppy and edgy with ease. This fall collection was no exception, providing classic looks that would be perfect for any fall day. The show started off with brights and plaids, segued into khakis and muted colors, and ended with crisp whites.

This was a show for coats, with basically every model sporting one, be it a pea coat, trench, or parka. Some were wool and some were fur, but they were all fabulous. The color soaked ones had gorgeous black hardware, which went perfectly with the model’s black tights and heels, the color of the coats perfectly popping.

Burberry was all about coats this Fashion Week

Preppy plaids injected with color began the transition to classic style. The muted trenches and pea coats had a chic, English vibe to them, echoing Burberry’s classic style. And then came the whites at the end which were just fierce, with models rocking fur coats with adorable silhouettes, bow belts, and serious style.

Dresses also made a brief appearance, minis in striking white with black accents that perfectly portray the minimalist but still edgy look. Chic, crisp, and classy- and the furry hats were a nice touch as well.

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