British heritage brand Burberry will stage its second "straight to consumer" show, combining men's and women's collections, on Monday February 20. The venue, Makers House, will also host an exhibition put together by the Henry Moore Foundation and Burberry from February 21. Open to the public, it will feature over 40 of Moore's sculptures, the February 2017 Burberry collection, and live events. It's the first show with new chief executive Marco Gobbetti at the helm, although his presence may not yet be felt: contractual commitments mean he will spend his first six months focusing on the brand's Asia-Pacific and Middle-Eastern business. At Topshop, too, around half the collection shown will be see-now-buy-now, and the remaining styles will drop in two phases in April and May 2017.