From Rio de Janeiro, I'm now in Milan! Due to my late arrival, I was still at Malpensa by the time Dolce & Gabbana started hence I was unable to attend the show. I was also late at Jil Sander who gave me a front row seat. The show already kicked off by the time my cab arrived to the venue. I wanted to cry when I heard the music thumping as I sprinted up the stairs. More on that later. It is what it is.
I thoroughly enjoyed the new fall/winter Burberry Prorsum show. I love the solid-coloured coats at the beginning, soft cashmere sweaters interwoven with fur, perhaps sheared rabbit or sheared mink and of course, many of the fur-trimed coats including the black-and-white mink extravaganza which I'll show you later. For now, let me show you this quick video I made of the spectacular finale in which he sent his models in plastic raincoats to protect them from getting wet. And the faux rain set up on the runway? Dramatic.
Burberry's 'Bryan Boy' Booties or Bryanboy's Burberry Booties?
Remember those stunning fall/winter 2010 Burberry Prorsum boots I've been obsessing ever since I saw them on the runway? Well, I need some high-resolution photos of the boots for a piece I'm
contributing to a magazine the UK. I emailed Burberry, lo and behold I got this link. Click HERE.
"Bryan Boy Booties"????????????
False alarm…. or???
I'm not gonna hold my breath… I think it's just a false alarm.
Fans of the trench coat rejoice! Burberry launched Art of the Trench today, a new site inviting internet folk like you and me to view and submit portraits reflecting personal trench coat style across the globe.
Burberry Creative Director Christopher Bailey invited Scott Schuman (aka The Sartorialist) to take photos of people in Burberry trench coats in London, Milan, New York, Paris, Berlin, Sao Paulo and Venice over the past few months for the launch of the site.