The Celebrity Fashion Looks At Burberry’s Post-Show Party Were A Celebration Of Leather & Lace

Everyone was there.

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Stars wore their best fashion looks to Burberry’s after-party in celebration of its Spring/Summer 2023 show, which was postponed from its original scheduled London Fashion Week date out of respect for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral. See what everyone wore to the post-show fête, ahead.

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Bella Hadid

The supermodel wore a sleek leather trench coat layered over a crisp white button-down shirt and black tie. She matched her shoes and accessories to her trench dress for a streamlined look.Ricky Vigil M/GC Images/Getty Images

Winnie Harlow

Burberry’s thigh-high leather boots were the star of Harlow’s look. To show them off to the fullest, she wore a solid black, quilted minidress and plaid jacket that skimmed her hips.MEGA/GC Images/Getty Images

Lori Harvey

Leave it to Harvey to make denim a drama moment. Here, she wore a mini dress with a Burberry logo on it under a flowing, tea-length denim trench coat.David M. Benett/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

Irina Shayk

Shayk looked so edgy in an all-leather look composed of a studded, bustier-style minidress, a black leather handbag, and fitted, knee-high boots.Ricky Vigil M/GC Images/Getty Images

Madeline Brewer

Brewer kept things simple in a monochrome look — a black, jersey-like mini dress with matching beadwork and a black handbag by Burberry.David M. Benett/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images


The singer zoomed in on two trends at once — leather and lingerie dressing — with this textured, lacy mini dress and Burberry hosiery.Ricky Vigil M/GC Images/Getty Images

Naomi Campbell

Campbell embraced the breezier side of lingerie dressing in this loose, lace set.Ricky Vigil M/GC Images/Getty Images

Camila Morrone

Morrone went monochrome and played with texture and prints to add interest to her look. She wore a lace, bustier mini dress with a netted coat and Burberry-branded hosiery.Ricky Vigil M/GC Images/Getty Images

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