01 March 2017

Burberry's jewelry capes

Produced in partnership with the Henry Moore Foundation, the Burberry fashion show finished off with a series of 78 capes. An emblem of the brand, the cape became a spectacular sculpture in pearls, metal or in crystal pendants evoking a gigantic chandelier. All reshape the body and recall the work of the British artist Henry Moore, and they are not without certain references to the experiments of 1980s Japanese designers like Rei Kawakubo.

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