D Wire Burberry Prorsum – Autumn/Winter 2012-2013

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Entitled “Town and Field”, the collection autumn/winter 2012-2013 Christopher Bailey seems if tre e fix aims to merge city cloakroom and pi these fate are fighting the campaign. A stylistic bias in total harmony with “the English way of life” of the very hype Kate Moss, Lily Allen and other Stella McCartney, who like nothing better than to share their time between London and the County of Oxfordshire.

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