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Campaign photography Josh Olins
All images courtesy Burberry

Burberry, immediately

The English artist Henry Moore—one of the 20th century’s most seminal—produced soft, sanguine sculptures with recurring motifs: mother and child, the reclining figure, those in which the human body and the landscape melded into one another.

Here, Museum presents a stream of Christopher Bailey’s second strait-to-consumer February collection for Burberry, which pays homage to Moore’s distinctive silhouettes. (The campaign itself—photographed at the artist’s former home in Hertfordshire, beside his Sheep Piece (1971–72) and a recreation of his temporary ‘Plastic Studio’—coincides with the 40th anniversary of the Henry Moore Foundation.)

The show will commence at 7:30pm (GMT) on 20 February 2017—or 5.30am (AEST).


Henry Moore, Draped Reclining Mother and Baby, 1983. Courtesy Henry Moore Foundation


Burberry February 2017 preview


Burberry February 2017 preview

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