Malaysia Tatler - - NEW YORK -

The sculp­tor Henry Moore was born in Castle­ford, York­shire, the same place Burberry be­gan pro­duc­ing many of its iconic de­signs in the 1880s. Look­ing to Moore for in­spi­ra­tion, cre­ative direc­tor Christo­pher Bailey has cre­ated a sec­ond 'see-now, buy-now' col­lec­tion that es­chews his usual bright colours for black, white, grey and a faded, work­wear blue, said to be the hues of Moore’s daily wardrobe. The Burberry trench was soft­ened and shrugged on over short shirt dresses with an asym­met­ric placket. And an in­tri­cate em­bel­lished macramé capelet— Burberry pro­duced capes in the 1880s—lent a sculp­tural fin­ish to a sheer white lace dress.

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