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Benedict Cumberbatch channels Sherlock at Burberry

Published 22/09/2015

Benedict Cumberbatch with wife Sophie Hunter
Benedict Cumberbatch with wife Sophie Hunter

Benedict Cumberbatch led the stars at Burberry’s London Fashion Week show on Monday 12 September (15).

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Benedict Cumberbatch channelled his inner Sherlock by carrying a leather briefcase as he led the celebrities at Burberry’s London Fashion Week show on Monday 21 September (15).

The 39-year-old actor looked incredibly dapper for the occasion teaming black jeans with a blue jumper, midnight blue trench coat and black ankle boots.

But it was his tan leather briefcase that stood out the most from his ensemble.

Benedict was accompanied by his 37-year-old wife Sophie Hunter, who looked chic in an all black outfit finished off with a longline cream coat.

The occasion was clearly something of a break for Benedict and Sophie, who recently became parents to a son, believed to be named Christopher.

Earlier this week, Benedict was seen cradling the newborn as he and Sophie enjoyed a family stroll with their baby boy.

Other stars to attend the showcase of Burberry’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection included Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne, who both sat front row to watch the latest designs walk the runway.

Cara was joined by girlfriend St Vincent for the show held at Kensington Gardens in the capital, with the pair opting for complementing ensembles.

The 23-year-old model and her musician girlfriend looked very much in love as they sat front row, and were seen whispering sweet nothings to each other during the show.

Sienna Miller stood out in her green fur-trimmed coat as she sat next to the super stylish Suki Waterhouse, who went for a daring outfit in a plunging blue silk dress.

The guests, which also included Naomie Harris, Paloma Faith and Tinie Tempah, were also entertained with a musical interlude from Alison Moyet.

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