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Burberry Delights with a Menagerie of Beasts

In Accessories, What's New by Ann Loynd

Drawing inspiration from Medieval mythological creatures, Burberry Beasts is a new collection from the British luxury brand that combines whimsy, fantasy and sophistication. Printed ready-to-wear pieces are joined by embellished wallets, backpacks, cross-bodies and key chains. Pulled from old English manuscripts, the cast of characters includes fish, owls, bees and, …

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Breaking Trends: LFW Fall 2016 Christopher Kane and Burberry

In Breaking Trends, Fashion, Uncategorized, What's New by samuel

London Fashion Week–Accessories Magazine’s daily dispatch of the latest looks coming down the Fall/Winter 2016 runways, all filtered through the accessories lens.  To see all the daily Breaking Trends, click here. Burberry Burberry’s chief creative officer Christopher Bailey, distinctly payed tribute to David Bowie in his Fall ’16 collections. With a …

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Fall 14 Fashion Ads: Part 1

In Industry News, What's New by Accessories Staff

Ready for Fall 14 fashion? As millions of consumers wait with bated breath to worship their telephone book-sized September bibles fashion issues, the long-awaited Fall Fashion Ads (yes, capitalization is warranted) are already here, giving us a preview of which accessories we will be coveting come fall. As designers send …

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Investors Rebuke Burberry Over CEO’s Pay Package

In People, What's New by Jeff Prine

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London—At a general meeting of its shareholders today, Burberry investors fired what has been called “a warning shot.” About 53% of shareholders voted their displeasure with the nearly 23 million pound compensation for new CEO Christopher Bailey. Though the vote is nonbinding, the Institute of Directors said the onus in …

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Week in Review: News-to-Know

In Industry News, What's New by Accessories Staff

New York—It was a much needed dose of optimism when most of retail seems besieged with lower traffic patterns, slumping comp store sales, rising promotional activity and disappointing earnings forecasts. Indeed spring seems to finally be here when the U.S. Department of Commerce this week announced March retail sales figures …