Tuesday, 15 September 2009

j.lindeberg spring summer 2010 (part one)

more spring summer 2010 previews, this time from j.lindeberg. there's a big shift in direction for 2010. they brought in piernagelo d’agostin, former head of design at jil sander. the result is a revamp of their old image, with a more contemporary, clean and fuss free offering, with an emphasis on technology and fabrics.

here's an exclusive look at what's in stores from jan/feb 2010:


j.lindeberg has gone back to basics for spring 2010, and they put a lot of emphasis into their tailoring. the jackets were all made in italy from the same factory that produces pieces for loro piana, one of the best cashmere people around.


i love this jacket. it's made from 3 types of material, and the amazing thing is that it is wrikle free! they've gone to japan to get the most cutting edge technology and innovation, and the idea is that one can stuff this jacket into their bags and it will still look pristine when unfolded. really practical and for the modern living. the most incredible thing is perhaps the feel of it: it doesn't feel synthetic at all. i thought it was cotton!


the collar can be upturned to reveal the gorgeous felt lining, and the belt gives it a more defined look.


the jacket as seen from their lookbook. they've cut the jacket shorter, which i feel is great for those that are vertically challenged. i find the jacket just a little too short for me. the jacket retails for around £650+.



more tailored and cropped jackets. noticed that the linings were just as beautiful.


i love this coat. my pics doesn't do it justice. this coat is olive green in color, with brown contrasting buttons and the brand's signature on the side of the buttons. the fabric feels amazing, and i think this will be very good with jeans. i like!


the back of the jacket...

there's a lot more pics to come in the next post!


source: j.lindeberg


7 comments:

  1. Do you know for how much the olive green coat is going to retail for?

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  2. Thanks for letting me know!

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  3. There is something about olive green. Such a strong, interesting colour. Love the coat and the db jacket in the first pic.

    I think I can see the JS link, as the cut and weight hark back to pre Raf days at Jil.

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what's he wearing?