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So, the Burberry Prorsum S/S Menswear show was broadcasted yesterday, but if you didn’t get the chance to watch the show, don’t kill yourself! You’re free to view the show as many times as you’d like HERE!

I really enjoyed the show. Some kind of reinvention of the classical Burberry Trench, at least to some degree. Casual with patent shoes and leather pants topped off with a pair of gladiator sandals. I wouldn’t mix and match like the Burberry stylists, but I’m sure I could pull all of individual items off one way or another.

Here it goes, the following are my favorite looks from the Burberry Prorsum S/S menswear collection!

Bonded Cotton Tricotine Double Breasted Trench Coat

Double breasted cotton tricotine trench coat with raglan sleeves featuring marked seams on the shoulder edge. Six metallic eyelets under each arm, two slanted pockets placed high on the waist line, buttonable tabs on cuffs.

Bonded Stretch Wool Twill Trench Coat with Chest Straps

Double breasted cotton twill trench coat with two wide belted straps on each side of the chest. Epaulettes, two square gun flaps and two belted straps around the cuffs.

Quilted Mid Length Coat

Single breasted quilted twill mid-length coat with velvet collar. Small vintage hook and eye at collar, three metallic eyelets under each arm, zip and snap button closure. Brass zips from the elbow down the forearm. Two front flap pockets with metallic zips.

Warrior Biker Jacket

Biker jacket made of square armour plates riveted at the corners with small black nails. The leather has been washed to give the jacket a vintage feel.

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