Burberry Prorsum Womenswear Fall Winter 2013 | SENATUS

Burberry Prorsum Womenswear Fall Winter 2013

19 February 2013

Burberry Prorsum sent their Fall/Winter 2013/2014 collection down the London Fashion Week runway today and gave fans of the brand something new for the upcoming cool weather season. In a move away from classic styles and timeless appeal, Burberry Prorsum showed edgy grommets, wild animal prints and daring silhouettes for the fall/winter 2013/2014 season; with a handbag collection to match. 

The handbag collection Burberry Prorsum showed was filled with fashion forward embellishments and prints which made the collection anything but classic. Burberry Prorsum showed fringe covered with grommets, bold animal prints, blocked fabrics and texture on a handbag collection which is more seasonal than what fans of Burberry Prorsum have seen from the brand in the past.

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