Edie Campbell, Cara Delevinge and Adwoa Aboah. Picture: Instagram

Burberry's head designer, Christopher Bailey, made his farewell to the British fashion brand with his autumn/winter collection, which consisted of bright rainbow coloured outfits, as a tribute to the LGBTQ charities that the brand supports. 

The runway show consisted of models wearing outfits that paid homage to the 80s and 90s, an era where Burberry had some their less successful collections, with shearling jackets, graffiti print fleece hoodies and chunky knits. Models who walked the runway included Paris Jackson, 2017 model of the year Adwoa Aboah, and Cara Delevinge, who closed the show in Bailey's final piece which was a rainbow faux fur coat. 

Although it is undetermined as to who would replace Bailey at Burberry, rumours have circulated around Phoebe Philo to replace him, after having left French fashion house Celine. However, no formal communication has been made by Burberry on Bailey's replacement.