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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by classicalbang, Nov 25, 2009.
Gorgeously wearable collection for both men and women. Wonderful colour palette and British WW1 military references, though maybe that inspiration is a bit too obvious?
Dying to know what that last red coat is made of.
Thanks for posting.
The dresses are really lovely, especially the grey and purple one
It's stunning. He absolutely NEVER disappoints.
I'm definitely getting one of these coats
I wish I could see the pics. Any idea why they aren't visible?
a tad sombre but beautiful nonetheless. loving the trousers and of course, the trench coats. some fabric choices are so classic it's almost boring....but still loving the collection
It's amazing how similar Bailey's collections are season after season. That said, there are some beautiful pieces in here, especially the white coat and the cape.
There is a dangereous amount of pieces here that i want, wow.
I hope it's longer though
Belted coats and dresses, again? Seriously? It's not even funny anymore!
The menswear is beyond boring and the womenswear is, well, belted. Bailey might be a brilliant designer but his stylist is stuck in the past of the Prada-belted-jackets-belted-dresses look. The styling does him no favours and it looks dated and recycled.
Heres hoping that the new decade will bring about an aesthetic shift at Burberry without lifting its inspiration from Prada and Balenciaga!
i really love the look of this collection, it of course looks very similar to plenty of other Burberry Prorsum collections, but it just feels very chic and updated
Obviously stunning pieces. Besides that, it's a tad bit boring as well.. Imo, it won me over after that shaggy looking jacket and everything else after that.
Lovely, I just loved the chocolate coats with those big gold buttons
the shantung pants with the sweater, lovely tones, very softy nudy shades
its a pre collection...I mean it's just a hint, but later the runway would be stuffed with lots of it pieces
I much prefer the last two sets to the first. Some of the first few women's looks read dumpy in my opinion. The deep reds and blacks at the end, however, are divine.
As far as the men's looks go, I would buy the majority of those pieces. Love.
I love...............menswear, but I'm getting a bit bored, I mean the trench coats are beautiful, but I need a "new proposition" (since Mario said that in The September issue, I always say that ),.... just the red coat is "new" (and of course I love it )