See Burberry’s fall 2011 fur fashions here.
How can anyone not have a soft spot for Burberry? There’s something welcoming about each collection, something that allows anyone to see himself or herself in Burberry.
The label’s polite business suits and the granddaddy of all, the trenchcoat, are still around adorning well-clad gents, but Burberry is, in addition, a well-mannered trendsetter.
For fall/winter 2011 expect great coats and a youthful, rectilinear silhouette. The variety comes with subtle nuances… little touches to the waist, the shoulders, a few hiked proportions. The accents come with the materials, the plaids, the fur trims and of course the military references. It’s Burberry after-all: that military practicality and anglomania spirit.
Christopher Bailey (Burberry Prorsum), channeling his favorite muse, Jean Shrimpton, opted for referential 60′s flair. It takes skill to reference a decade without turning it into a costume party. London’s sartorial revolution was undeniably the 1960′s. From the neo-Edwardians to the MOD movement by way of Carnaby Street, there are enough style references to dissect and play with. Making it current is what makes it special.
Perhaps, the true genius of Burberry is their understanding of ”investment pieces”. These coats will easily move out of stores and into personal closets without much effort. What differentiates them from other labels is their clearly identifiable Burberry characteristics.
To view Burberry’s fall 2011 fur fashions here.
For fur fashion images from all the fall 2011 designer collections visit Fur-Style.com
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