Naomi Campbell stars at Burberry Fall/Winter 2024 show

14:23, February 20

Burberry's Fall/Winter 2024 show at the London Fashion Week was packed with stars—both on the runway and in the audience. But the star of the show was Naomi Campbell, instead of whom Iris Lowe, Cara Delevingne, and Lila Moss walked the catwalk.

Since his appointment, creative director Daniel Lee has updated British classics with fresh shapes, bold colors and aura. The star-studded event was a stunning spectacle, featuring genre-defining musicians including Skepta, Little Simz, and Central Cee.

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The tent site was strewn with green gravel, simulating growing grass, and along it laid huge plush pillows. In anticipation of the show, the lights dimmed for a minute, illuminating the catwalk with the roar of Amy Winehouse's "You Know I'm No Good." 

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Coats have become a signature feature of the A/W 24 season, with Lee scaling them up and down in size using trims in fur, soft leather and nylon. The collection created a casual look, with daytime and evening looks ranging from pinstriped suits, sheer shirts, and strapless evening gowns. 

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Unmistakable urban cues were everywhere: puffy bomber jackets, zip-up cargo pants, distressed knits, and more. Although Lee has become synonymous with Burberry blue plaid, he debuted the pattern in musty browns, dull yellows, and eccentric reds. 

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