The Aviator Jacket became the new body language of women everywhere this season in Burberry's F/W 2010 Collection. Out on a voyage to emancipate our shoulders, in a rich brew of coffee bean brown, foamed over in creamy sheepskin that ran down to the sleeve; never ignoring the soft shear-ling collar that emerged around the face. Navigating the female torso was made easy, by the chic cut of the jacket that came with novel asymmetrical zips and leather straps to compliment. Providing a clear view to a woman's waist, which for now was gladly consumed by the pleated panels of a jersey dress. Legs marched forward down the runway, to a pleasingly distinctive sound, made only by the movement of stretched leather thigh boots. Christopher Bailey, never ceases to enthuse the modern day woman with his triumphant ability to create the "new look" with precious past time keepsakes; for this season it would be a "courageous new school" aviatrix, with warm woollen sheers, sent to do the job.