I'm still dreaming of the latest collection Christopher Bailey put on offer at Burberry Prorsum for the Fall/Winter 2014-15. Silk printed scarves draped over the shoulders of the models or perhaps a horse blanket. With deep coats, flannel and tweeds and then there was the suede fringed jackets, one in brown pictured above that desperately would like to be in my wardrobe. (Hi mum, late 20th birthday present?) Then there was the Mary Poppins style travel bags, hand painted or in carpet which would be perfect for long trips to hot cowboy ranches as it has so heavily been touched on in this collection and many others or more likely to hold fabric and patterns on my journey to and back from college. (Hi again, mum!?) Bailey called up on inspiration from four artists, two being Duncan Grant and Lucien Freud which gave a charge of a mix of feminine and masculine to this collection. It was shown in the string vests underneath heavy coats communicating confidence in this new man. Bailey has got into my head and created a sense of isolated calmness, a sense of paradise. A paradise where one needs to be wearing a fringed jacket, wrapped in heavy fall printed blankets. See the rest of the collection here.