Monday, 20 July 2009

a few accessories from burberry prorsum menswear spring 2010


sometimes items are featured on the runway show but it doesn't make it to the shop floor. i hope these bags make it into production, they are just the right size for daily use. i am for all things military so these bags tick all my boxes.

on the runway:


and the vintage chelsea boots as featured above:

i heart heart heart.

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11 comments:

  1. luv them
    but from where did u get ur jeans ?
    and i need an advice:
    well first i'm really thin (24 waist)
    and it is like really hard 2 find a pair of jeans that fits me
    so i want 2 know if u can lead me 2 clothing stores for thin men ( it doesnt have 2 b 24 , cuz 26/28/29 will do )

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  2. anon: the jeans are from diesel black gold.

    if you fit size 24, why not consider trying jeans from the ladies' range? and if you are willing to splurge, i remember harrods or selfridges has a jeans made to measure service. tailor made, guaranteed to suit you.

    hope that helps

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  3. I really like these bags! Keep us posted!

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  4. hopefully those boots go into production!

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  5. I'm sorry but I find them all quite fugly.

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  6. I wonder how much they'll be charging for the stencilled £10 canvas army surplus bag.

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  7. o... the bag you were carrying seems very similar to the bag I bought from izzue.com (a local Hong Kong brand) few years ago while I was there visiting...I think I will start carrying it this summer....

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  8. i am a much more interested in some of the other bags they had on the runway. Like that leather backpack you covered before. So beautiful.

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  9. awesome shots of the bags, love the army surplus gone prorsum aesthetic. any other prorsum bag i've liked has been leather, so this is a very nice twist...

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  10. They seem to be canvas.
    But are there not also leather bags in exactly this design?

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what's he wearing?