Back in February at London Fashion Week, the house of Burberry delivered a show and a half… Creative Director Christopher Bailey was inspired by the bohemian style of the Bloomsbury era with his Fall 2014 collection for Burberry. Floaty dresses in naive floral motifs were smocked, given irregular hems and high waists and traditional coats were swathed in fabulous printed scarves and cashmere personalised shawls.
The make up team were inspired by the painted accessories in the collection. Head of team, makeup artist Wendy Rowe used broad brushstrokes to apply an aubergine powder across lids still leaving a natural raw finish.
The Backstage work commenced hour’s prior the show with key product being a Curling Irons.
The electrical item was to create natural waves that held a strong groomed but not overstyled feel. With a cool-girl persona Burberry had done just that.
Models included Cara Delevingne, Jourdan Dunn, Edie Campbell, and Suki Waterhouse. This season Burberry created the dream look in both the hair and makeup departments and is sure to be effortless and wearable.