Burberry Womenswear February 2016

A Patchwork

A mix of patterns and textures influenced by British artists, musicians and history. Shop and personalise select pieces from the collection until 7 March.

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The Runway Presentation

For the first time, see the collection at our Regent Street flagship after the show until 27 February, and our Faubourg Saint-Honoré store in Paris from 1 to 8 March.

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The Patchwork

A versatile runway bag with no two styles the same: a unique mix of texture, fabric and detail, and individually named after British streets, towns and villages.

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The Military Coat

A long, sartorial silhouette. Military buttons and topstitching fall in with warm double-faced cashmere wool and parade red piping.

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The Check Coat

A timeless silhouette with exaggerated sartorial details. Brushed tartan wool mohair offsets bold seam detailing.

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The Field Jacket

An off-duty icon in hardwearing cotton. Practical pockets and perfectly polished buttons salute original army designs.

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The Fringe Coat

A classic shape cut from chunky wool and silk. Tailored lapels sit alongside hand-worked fringing.

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The Trench Coat

Our outerwear icon, featuring sleek patent leather with polished heritage-inspired buckles and military topstitching.

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Metallic manicure

A limited edition Runway Nails collection in three distinctive metallic shades inspired by the womenswear show: Gold Glitter, Silver Glitter and Ruby Glitter.

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Jake Bugg, live for Burberry

A Burberry Acoustic artist, Jake performed five songs live at the show including ’Country Song’ and new track ’On My One’. His music has featured on past show soundtracks.