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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by ebowleg, Jun 27, 2004.
Here is a very 'cool' look...
this bag AND the tie
i hope someone will post more from this collection
Here is the finale pic...
I like the color combos, but I'm not sure about how many men will wear it like that...or those colors for that matter...It kind of reminds me of Ralph Lauren's Spring 2004 women's collection(the colors)
It's very preppy! I'm ing the pink blazer in the second pink
A bit Lacoste-esque colours
Sherbets shades. I don't get it really.
I think it must have sth with the Burbery's image in UK. I have heard that some clubs won't let one dressed in Burberry's stuffs in. Pls. correct me if I am wrong
This collection seems pretty mod, imo, done with wild spring-y colors.
very festive and cool, but not totally my style...although i'm pretty sure i'd wear the ties... B)
and these shoes:
the whole label is one of the saddest jokes in fashion
i think whole label are awesome! B)
Yep! i heard that from a footballer friend too. But its the Burberry plaid that they will throw you out for wearing. I think its only applicable to guys. I think it might have something to do with the football hooligans that go around beating up people after a couple of pints. They tend to have the plaid shirt and baseball caps.
ahhhhh hide me from the rainbow
Ic, thanx It is indeed hard to tell "It's Burberry (and out you go!)" to someone who wears pink jackets, hehe.
It looks good in my opinion
i agree, i like the label, even though this recent Uomo collection had a stronger styling than it should.. nice individual pieces but all these colours together are a bit too much..
i dont like the shiny leather bags (for boys) and i also find the shoes and the ties a tiny bit off.
on the whole quite interesting 'revolutionary' preppy looks, i believe it can sell very well when toned down.
WOAH!!!! Can we say hideous.........Sesame Street called, they want their clothes back.
The outfits as a whole are too much. However when looking at the individual pieces it is a good collection. I think this collection is about pieces as opposed to the whole outfit.
i love that christopher bailey took a risk and ran away from the almost minimal collection he did for last spring and introduced loud un-ignorable color to the somewhat staid image of burberry menswear.
i think that mr. bailey, along with others, are not suggesting that men go and dress head to toe in these looks but offering up a piece here and there to add color to their wardrobes.
but i must agree that it does remind me of ralph lauren A LOT (not just womenswear but the whole custom-color thing they have with the polos and oxford shirts)...very little burberry in this burberry collection.