Burberry Prorsum meets hessnatur –
Sounds odd? Yet it’s true: For this upcoming fall both brands seem to be envisioning similar things. At least aesthetically speaking. Burberry designer Christopher Bailey who seems to have embarked on a mission to make Burberry a little less traditional and a lot more sensual focused on ethereal beauty and showed loads and loads of colorfully hand-painted dresses, scarves, bags and even high heels. Waists were high, lengths were long.
The overall scheme of a big part of hessnatur’s upcoming fall winter collection was similar: Colorful, flowery and touching on an idea of femininity a little less Martha Stewart-y and a little more Vanessa Paradis-y.
hessnatur offers organic cotton, organic wool and reclaimed corduroy and linen (for the trench coat) at a fair price. No hand-painted high heels, though.
Shop the edit here/ from left to right:
Digitally printed skirt, Made from 100 % organic cotton from Turkey, Made in Greece, buy it here
Digitally printed dress, made from 100 % organic cotton from Turkey, Made in Greece, buy it here
Trench coat, made from upcycled corduroy and linen, Made in Germany, limited edition, design by Anita Heiberg / Esmod, buy it here
Digitally printed scarf, made from 100 % organic wool from Australia, Made in India, buy it here