Eddie Redmayne & Cara Delevingne for Burberry’s Spring/Summer 2012 campaign!

Exciting news, you guys! The new Burberry Prorsum Spring/Summer 2012 campaign has just landed – and who are Christopher Bailey’s latest muses? None other than Eddie Redmayne and Cara Delevingne.

Eddie Redmayne & Cara Delevingne are the stars of Burberry's Spring / Summer 2012 campaign!

It’s no secret that the enviably-browed Cara has slotted seamlessly into the Burberry fold. She first appeared in the S/S’11 campaign, followed by those Burberry Beauty ads, and has opened several of the brand’s London Fashion Week catwalk shows, including the latest for S/S’12.

As for Eddie, it may come as a surprise to hear he’s already in Bailey’s crew too. Remember the S/S’08 campaign when Agyness Deyn was jumping about with a hot male? Yep, that’s our Eddie. Four years later and we’re very pleased to see him reinstated as the quintessential Burberry hero, wrapped in a parka and holding a cuppa tea. What more could you ask for?

‘Christopher wanted something playful from the shoot,’ Eddie reveals, ‘and so Cara and I had a genius couple of days fooling around.’ It sure looks like it, Mr Redmayne! Because although the Brit brand has become famous for showcasing young, homegrown talent, it’s not often we see a Burberry couple doing this:

Eddie Redmayne & Cara Delevingne are the stars of Burberry's Spring / Summer 2012 campaign!

Ooh err. Okay so Jourdan Dunn did get cozy with Sacha M’Baye on Brighton beach for S/S’11 and Emma Watson was draped around George Craig for S/S’10, but it was nothing like these two, getting all steamy on the floor in His ‘n’ Hers coats! In fact, Cara appears to be wearing nothing but the trademark trench, fox-tastic platform sandals and a saucy stare while Eddie lies beside her. It’s enough to get you hot under your Burberry checked collar.

Burberry Pre-Fall 2012

Christopher Bailey was in a demure state of mind while designing the Burberry Pre-Fall 2012 collection. Colors are muted, waists are nipped while hemlines run longer, and half of the evening gown options have sleeves. A whiff of the ’30s also runs through, between the chrysanthemum print dresses and the ruched bow belts that played a part in almost every look.