Feb. 21 - Burberry mixes town and country with rain for new collection. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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STORY: The countryside met the city and also the rain at Burberry's London Fashion Week show on Monday (February 20).
Tweed and cord were key and bags had a distinctively country-living look. The classic Burberry mac was given a twist with belted with bows at the front. Pencil skirts had a zig-zagged ruffle and T-shirts were printed and appliquéd with owls and partridges.
As loud crack of thunder rang out, models walked down the catwalk with umbrellas and simulated rain ran down the sides of the glass tent.
Chief creative officer Christopher Bailey told Reuters Television the downpour was about celebrating the things people see every day but don't appreciate and said he felt rain was romantic.
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