Livestreaming has become mainstream in the past few seasons but Burberry decided to take it one step further this season. While we waited for the traditional runway show to commence in Kensington Gardens, followers of Burberry's twitter account got a chance to see the looks seconds before they exit for the runway in the first ever 'tweetwalk.' It’s official; the public has just as much, if not more, access than the show attendees. As for what was actually shown, Creative Director Christopher Bailey presented a surprisingly autumnal collection. It looked like summer on the outside of the greenhouse shaped tent venue but inside it was all woven natural fabrics, leaf tones, and warm outerwear. The designer described the collection as upbeat and nostalgic and Britain’s favorite heritage brand definitely lived up to the promise.