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The Kensington Gardens in London where the worthy background for the presentation of Burberry Prorsum Spring/Summer 2014 Men's Collection. Christopher Bailey, chief creative officer for the brand, was inspired by painter David Hockney and writer Alan Bennett, two renowned figures of the 1960's. A suit with a green paint smudge worn by Hockney and Bennett's jazzy colored ties were the two looks that captivated the designer.
Models were clad in bright Lego colors, as they strut down the runway with their hoodies and simple drawstring bags. In color blocking textures, the perfectly fitted outfits seemed almost like they were moulded into the bodies. Each had their own character, reflecting a kind of illustrated world where we do not live in, but would like to be and yet, everything still seemed so down to earth and simple.