Stars come out for Mulberry show

Last updated 11:49 19/09/2012
Fairfax Australia

Colourful metallics make up Burberry's spring/summer 2013 collection, with some famous sporting faces gracing the UK fashion house's London show.

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Big names of the fashion and celebrity circuit jostled for space in the front row of Mulberry's London Fashion Week show yesterday.

Kate Moss beamed as she took her place next to the catwalk and was seen sharing a joke with Alexa Chung. Near them was US singer Lana Del Rey, with Rebecca Hall also seated on the front row.

Actress Gillian Anderson, tennis player Andy Murray and Downton Abbey stars Joanne Froggatt and Elizabeth McGovern were also spotted at the venue.

On the catwalk, models wore metallic trenches and chic cream coats with oversized lapels sculpted to cover their necks, teamed with skirts in a similar colour. They hit mid calf, with a slit giving them a hint of sex appeal.

Another look included wide-legged trousers in a sparkly silver grey shade, paired with a simple short jacket and stunning matching bag the label is so well known for.

Those looking for a pop of colour could try out the bright orange loose-fit dress, which featured short sleeves, a high neck and large tote in the same hue.

Burberry designer Christopher Bailey said he wanted his range of metallic macs to be “fun and a bit joyous”.

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