Comments 19 FEBRUARY 2013

Burberry babes Rosie and Rita enjoy romance-inspired show

British brand Burberry always pulls a starry crowd. And Monday's fashion show was no exception, with A-listers including Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Rita Ora, Fredia Pinto, Kate Beckinsale, Victoria Pendleton, Olivia Palermo and Michelle Dockery all in attendance.

The ladies looked on from the front row as creative director Christopher Kane showcased his latest collection, entitled Trench Kisses.

Rosie, who has taken Hollywood by storm, was sizzling in a scarlet suit that was perfectly offset by her glamorous blonde curls. Also rocking the androgynous look in a suit was Rita Ora, who wore her navy ensemble with a white t-shirt emblazoned with 'Queen Delevingne', referring to her best friend Cara, who was walking in the show.

 



Hollywood star Kate Beckinsale, meanwhile, was white hot in an ivory shirt and pencil skirt combination. And Freida Pinto opted for a colour clash in a navy peplum satin top that she teamed with a green trousers.

Model friends Cara, Jourdan Dunn, Edie Campbell and Karlie Kloss showcased the latest collection, which combined classics with a modern twist.

Inspired by romance, love heart prints featured heavily, as did graphics, polished metallics all punctuated by doses of animal print.

 

 

 

The pencil skirt, a garment that is fast becoming one of the brand's trademarks, was featured heavily. Body hugging dresses and luxurious knitwear completed the collection.

After the show, Christopher spoke about the line, saying: "I love a bit of subversion with romance."

While the army of models strutted their stuff, singer Tom Odell gave an emotional performance, accompanied by piano, cello and choir, which perfectly reflected the romantic collection.

 














































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