Burberry Gabardine Eyewear collection

Burberry presented the Spring/Summer 2015 eyewear collection “The Gabardine Collection”, comprising sunglasses and optical frames for women.  The collection was inspired by the British fashion house’s gabardine fabric. First invented by the company’s founder Thomas Burberry in 1879, the gabardine is a lightweight protective cloth realized in the Burberry textile factory inYorkshire and used on the brand’s heritage trench coats. The material’s twill structure and soft drape features are referenced in the latest designs, which come with polished metal and acetate frames and can be seen in two distinct temple styles, a drape and a twisted temple. The color palette features signature gradient honey, gradient nude, natural horn effect, oxblood and classic black and tortoise. Styles include square, cat-eye, round or butterfly shapes. The collection images features Naomi Campbell and Jourdan Dunn and have been shot in London by Mario Testino, under the creative direction of Christopher Bailey, Burberry’s Chief Creative and Chief Executive Officer.



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