When speaking about all of the iconic Style and Fashion magazines, we have to make sure that Push It Magazine is being mentioned. With their high fashion publication, there is no dead spots within this magazine. This issue features designers ranging from Alexander McQueen(cover), DSQUARED2, and Burberry. Check out Push It Magazine and let me know what you think.
Milan S/S 2011 Fashion week was just amongst us, and these are a few of the looks I’m interested in seeing make it from the runway to my everyday style. So out of these four looks which one do you like best?
Plucked from the runway this first look is from the Burberry S/S 2011 Collection, and even though Burberry had several outstanding pieces this one caught my eye. Ultimately, it came down to the loud effects of the mustard yellow trench layered over the white tank and accentuated with the black pants and sandals. (Which I would substitute with a pair of boots or sneakers)
This look is from the Dolce & Gabanna Spring 2011 Collection, and it screams Summer and Spring. The color and texture of the sweater is what sets off this look and serves as the base for the entire fit. Once that was established everything fell in line perfectly. The grey belt separates the top from the bottom half allowing for the frayed white linen pants and the sneakers to bring it all together.
This look is from the Gucci S/S 2011 Collection and defines what it means to look nice, sharp, and clean. I love the color and the fit of the blazer, but just not to fond of the Gucci logo illustrations covering it. (Great pieces are not to be broadcasted but yet inquired about) The addition of the black vertically striped v-neck along with the pants tailored just enough shows off the suede driver.
Straight from the Trussardi 1911 Spring 2011 Collection, this outfit is all about being bold and showcasing attitude. For many men leopard print is usually avoided because of how dominant it has been in women’s fashion. So for the fearless, leopard print if executed well shows you have confidence and sense of style. These are characteristics that would make any man irresistible. What I like most about this look is how the leopard print is toned down by a variation of tan and black avoiding a matching disaster.
Now that the sun is here to stay, I though you might like these. The new collection references iconic details from the Burberry archive as well as drawing inspiration from the season’s elegant ready-to-wear collections.
New styles for men include acetate rectangular sunglasses with a graphic trademark Burberry check printed on the temple and a new rounded aviator style in light acetate.
The colours for the men’s eyewear includes neutral tones of trench, tortoise, grey and black, mirroring the sombre colour palette of the men’s ready-to-wear collections. All styles have metal Burberry logo branding on the temples. Burberry eyewear is available online at Burberry.com and from Burberry stores and selected retailers worldwide. .
With the finale airing tonight, I wanted to get in touch regarding Ryan Seacrest and his exclusive Burberry wardrobe on American Idol.
Ryan was dressed in Burberry Brit, Burberry London and Burberry Prorsum collections as well as bespoke custom made tailoring by Burberry Chief Creative Officer Christopher Bailey for the Hollywood Week and Performance episodes of American Idol.
Ryan Seacrest will be dressed in a custom made Burberry tuxedo for the final episode of American Idol tonight. 12 custom made suits also bear an insignia from Christopher Bailey “To Ryan, From Christopher 2010” along with cufflinks and pocket squares with Ryan’s intials.
Rihanna was seen wearing a Burberry Reef Knot Gabardine Trench Coat (approx. $3,358) from the spring 2010 collection, which is short and double breasted with shoulder epaulets, and knotted detailing at the bottom. She matched the trench coat with a nice pair of Spring/Summer 2010 Balmain Zip-up Boots ($1,838), which have a military design with a zipper on one side.
Colette and Burberry has collaborated and created an exclusive studded trench coat for the fly and fashionable. The studded collars gives you the option of wearing them up or down.
At the helm of Burberry’s spring 2010 campaign is the label’s chief creative officer Christopher Bailey. Working with Mario Testino once more, Bailey turned to a young British cast to sell this season’s wears. Shot in London, this year’s campaign includes Max Hurd, musicians George Craig and Matt Gilmour, as well as Emma Watson and her brother Alex.