It's a shame Christopher Bailey shows his Burberry Prorsum collection in Milan, because the label is still quintessentially British. This season his inspiration was English gardens, which explains the dip-dyed motif that left the models looking like they'd been dragged through the dirt. Aggy, Ali and co were layered to the max in shades of mud brown, stormcloud grey, beige and stone with only a few flashes of sky blue and green for interest. The strangely dull collection still delivered though. Bailey's attention to detail, the clever styling (hats, oversize necklaces, chunky knit socks) and the beautiful coats and trenches (dipped in 'mud' for day and beads and jewels for night) were a reminder of what Burberry does best. One of my favourite shows of the season so far. CLICK THE PIC TO VIEW MORE...