Burberry has teamed up with the Henry Moore Foundation to launch a fashion and crafts pop-up space in Soho!
Today, Toby and I stopped by the Makers House to look at Burberry’s February 2017 collection, which has been inspired by the works of late artist Henry Moore. There are 40 of Henry Moore’s sculptures, working models, maquettes and objects on display, alongside the clothes they inspired. It was lovely to see Burberry back with another great exhibition.
The event runs until 27th of February, so you still have a couple of days left to go and see it. You can even take part in a photoshoot at The Portrait Studio. Toby and I were really extra on the set, retakes and all that.*sorry not sorry* Apparently, the set changes every 2 days, so there are more reasons for us to go see it again.
This is Burberry’s second straight-to-consumer range, which I’m totally obsessed with. Their new menswear jumpers and briefcases are to die for! *counting minutes until pay day*
Fashion exhibitions are my kind of exhibitions because they are always more engaging and really fun to be at. From Louis Vuitton’s Series 3 to Alexander McQueen’s Savage Beauty, fashion designers have always been taking exhibitions in London to the next level. People not only get to see their latest collections but also have the opportunity to attend workshops as well as keep a souvenir or two.
Henry Moore: Inspiration & Process
February 22 – 27 | 10am – 9pm
0800 279 4998
1 Manette Street,
London, W1D 4AT