If we would make a cocktail-like composed by the travel writer Bruce Chatwin aesthetic (yes, the hat we saw on the runway was his trademark), rich colours and the cover art of the 40´s books, we can get a perfect image of where the Burberry Prorsum´s men got the inspiration for the S/S 2015; actually Christopher Bailey and his team got it. Aqua-blue, bottle green, deep purple, mustard-ish yellow, bright red (and by bright, I literally mean it - illuminated by the sun), earth green and brown (to calm down everything a little bit) and one total white look; all colours, like painter´s palette, accompanied by the a live piano set of Benjamin Clementine, were transmitted to cotton-velvet combos (jackets and pants), trenches, double breasted jackets and a leather jacket with hand-painted print, the same one that we saw on leather portfolios and notebooks. The collection opened and closed the runway with denim (a total-look or a part of the look), a new catwalk debut for the English fashion house.

 The Burberry Prorsum man is in the middle zone between casual and formal. This duality came out with shoes too; sneakers versus pointy-elegant shoes. And that´s how the traveller should look like.

/ Original images courtesy of Burberry Prorsum /


  1. so much to love here.x

  2. What a gorgeous collection, perfect!

  3. simplicity at its finest.

  4. Fantastic collection....really on my my mood ...just a little bit "heavy" for our clime !!

    1. Agree with you; it´s more suitable for Fall or early Spring time. Otherwise it´s a really inspiring on how man should do the layering