When Burberry is expanding its regel functionality through its glorious black pea coat, swinging its magic wand of romance with its floral print silky dress and intensifying the union of the military heritage through the double-buttoned blazers, in the magic kingdom of Burberry, only a few can master the art of balancing between styles, making them sincerely theirs, while almost undetectably giving the look their very own personal spark. We tracked down 5 of the most fabulous magicians that harness such power with ease at the latest Burberry Prorsum autumn/winter arrival, read on and find out their secret of style-mixing!

Alexa Chung - London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2016 - Burberry Prorsum Womenswear

Alexa Chung

Alexa Chung and the caped-up simplicity. The art of sculpting the ideal silhouette that elevates the pieces you’re putting together as a whole, while keeping the look tightly together, lies in choosing the right shapes with right materials. In this case, Chung knows exactly what and how. With the button-down navy wide-sleeve cape accompanied by the straight-leg pants and a narrow leather heels, she not only gets the right volume to the coolness, but also the intriguing proportion to the body, adding up the lovely, mysterious and peppy hue to the structural appeal.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley - London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2016 - Burberry Prorsum Womenswear

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and the ultramarine knight. Nothing is more regal than the royal ultramarine nautical overcoat, perfectly matched with the long, flared pants on underneath, tucked in with the sensual, neutral and sexy crewneck shirt left unbuttoned by the top. The truth is, if you’ve got what it takes to make one of the most luxury colors look more than what it worth, while making it works wonder for you, just go by what Rosie Huntington-Whiteley goes here with the pieces above, keeping your body artistically elongated, and granting it the power of the neutral cool nonetheless.

Suki Waterhouse - London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2016 - Burberry Prorsum Womenswear

Suki Waterhouse

Suki Waterhouse and the oriental punky chic. It might not be as easy to many people when it comes to making the duffle coat more than just the straightforward sober and solemn. Regal, serious, but who says it has to be necessarily so? Smartly with the bottom part of the skin-toned lace dress peeking from the black duffle coat, stepped into the rock-and-roll metal-stud punky buckled boots, Waterhouse proves to us that the very magic to transform the soberness of the straight duffle coat is indeed within the creativity of different styles of pieces together.

Olivia Palermo - London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2016 - Burberry Prorsum Womenswear

Olivia Palermo

Olivia Palermo and tale of snowflakes. It is not yet Christmas, but Olivia Palermo’s gift in dressing up the most sentimental and statement is already being delivered to all of us who got our eyes on her as she walks pass by the camera. Consisting of the brightest, shiny stars of the winter, the belted long-sleeve silk maxi spells out the cozy romance in the air, while transforming Palermo into the fairy from the far North Pole. Magical? Yes. Elegance? We’ve got it. Bottomed with the slick heeled burgundy leather boots, we’re ready for some cold season’s hotness.

Lily Donaldson - London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2016 - Burberry Prorsum Womenswear

Lily Donaldson

Lily Donaldson and the rebellious motor hot. Olive is the new black, so what black used to be doing, olive can do even better. This rule perfectly applied to the olive bomber jacket that Donaldson was opted for this time, with the high-waist black top and the skinny leather jeans’ companionship, finished by the fish-net heels, well, the free, somewhat fierce motor girl spirit, upscale and ascended.