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Burberry teams up with Henry Moore Foundation

Burberry February 2017 Campaign 002

Burberry has collaborated with the Henry Moore Foundation on an exhibition that will take place in the luxury brand’s London Fashion Week venue Makers House.

Burberry February 2017 Campaign 001

Burberry February 2017 Campaign 001

Burberry’s February 2017 campaign (Credit: Burberry/Josh Olins)

The exhibition will celebrate Burberry’s February 2017 collection for men and women, which was inspired by the works of Moore, a British sculptor known for his bronze artworks. 

More than 40 of Moore’s sculptures, drawings and maquettes – including Mother and Child: Block Seat (1983-84), Draped Reclining Mother and Baby (1983) and Torso with Point (1967) – will be on show alongside the collection.

There will also be a programme of workshops, events and acoustic performances.

The exhibition will take place at Makers House in Soho on 21-27 February. Admission will be free.

Burberry has also revealed two looks from its upcoming collection in a new campaign shot on location at the Henry Moore Studios and Gardens in Hertfordshire.

Draped Reclining Mother and Baby  1983  c Henry Moore Foundation

Draped Reclining Mother and Baby 1983

Draped Reclining Mother and Baby 1983 (Credit: Henry Moore Foundation)

Both looks previewed in the campaign can be pre-ordered now for delivery from the moment they are revealed at Burberry’s second straight-to-consumer LFW show on 20 February.

The campaign, shot by British photographer Josh Olins, will launch in its entirety afterwards and will run until August.

This season’s LFW runs from 17 to 21 February.

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