Burberry, while consistently desirable, is so self-referential that its rare to see a show that raises an eyebrow. Let's admit it, while Christopher Bailey is an incredibly talented designer and so thoroughly understands how to make a heritage brand relevant to young people, most of his collections are based on the iconic Burberry trench. Hey, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. But the elements must have been on Bailey's mind for fall, as there was hardly a traditional trench in site. Large, round-shouldered jackets in an array of plaids and checks, huge puffy coats, rain slickers and the like dominated the runway, until the finale where the final procession walked through a man made downpour. Luckily, their plastic coats allowed the mouthwatering offerings to be both seen and protected.