Burberry presents Menswear Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection


Burberry presents Men's Autumn/Winter 2014 collection

Burberry Menswear Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection

January 10, 2014: Burberry’s recently presented menswear Autumn/Winter 2014 collection, ‘A Painterly Journey’, is probably one of the most innovative we have seen from the brand in the recent years.

Mr Bailey uses fabrics such as hand-painted leather and suedes, London map and iconic landmark prints, lightweight silks, cashmeres and wools, and dips them in rich shades like ink blue, brilliant navy, bottle green, dark plum, bitter chocolate, camel, honey and dark tangerine. The result is a vibrant collection reminiscent of a tribal look and feel.

The quintessential trench coat has been given a new, unique look this season. Lightweight and oversize cabans, relaxed chesterfields, sheepskin jackets, Fisherman’s rib cardigans, oversize artists’ shirts and Fisherman vests also constitute the collection. These are accessorized with the new St Ives bag in hand-painted leather and suede, British-woven blankets and authentic rugs, hand-painted printed silk squares, equestrian blanket scarves, rubber-soled burnished leather brogues and Welsh-knitted Fair Isle socks

If you instantly fell in love with the collection, then knitwear and scarves, key ready-to-wear and accessories from the collection are available to purchase and personalise on Burberry.com till January 22, 2014 only. Personalised nameplates can be added to custom-made outerwear, bags and knitwear, as well as embroidered onto scarves, all for delivery within nine weeks, making sure you own the next season’s collection months before it actually arrives in stores!

Through Runway Made to Order, you can also create bespoke versions of the St Ives bag with six iconic global city skylines available to combine with a selection of leather backgrounds. In addition, one-off hand-painted St Ives bags are also available to order, alongside versions crafted from individual rugs and blankets.

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