Posts tagged "burberry"

Rumor Has It That Adele Will Collaborate With Burberry On A Plus-Size Line

I’m not plus-size, but as a fashion-loving girl who’s small-framed and somewhat oddly proportioned, I completely sympathize with the plight that is finding quality clothing that not only just kind of fits but truly flatters. It can be incomprehensibly difficult to style a woman who doesn’t adhere to the slim, often straight up-and-down silhouette that…

Rachel Krause / September 18, 2012

Cheap & Chic: A Better Burberry Trench

Winona fell in love with this Burberry military coat — but at $1,095, there was no way she could actually afford it. A thousand dollars for a coat is crazy, anyway. So we decided to give Ms. Winona Judd Dimeo-Ediger a couple of actually affordable options. Check out our less expensive alternatives after the jump!

Julie Gerstein / August 14, 2012

Video: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Burberry Body TV Ad

You’ve seen the controversial Burberry Body fragrance print ad starring a nearly nude Rosie Huntington-Whiteley dressed in just a rose gold satin trench coat. Well, check out the Mario Testino-filmed TV advert where the “Transformers 4″ actress strips down while spritzing on the sexy new floral fragrance.
“It’s the Burberry world translated into a…

StyleList Home / September 4, 2011

Yeah, I’m Laughing: Model Falls On Burberry Runway

Hands down, my favorite thing about Fashion Week is knowing at some point, a model will fall on the catwalk and it will be caught on film. And even though I would never want anyone to get hurt, least of all one of our prized human clothing racks, I find models falling to be…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / September 23, 2010

Why Do I Want What I Can’t Afford?

Have you watched the new “Say Yes to the Dress”? The one in Atlanta? At one point, a bride tries on a gown she can’t afford, and the saleswoman opines the bride “has champagne taste and a beer pocketbook.” My purse isn’t made out of an old Bud can or anything, but if I sho…

Susannah Breslin / August 5, 2010

Sally Draper Of “Mad Men” Models Burberry Prorsum Adorably

Following in mom’s fashionable footsteps, Sally Draper — as in Don and Betty’s daughter on Mad Men — recently modeled Burberry Prorsum for Interview Magazine. Kiernan Shipka, the 10-year-old who plays Sally, actually looks weirdly appropriate wearing clothes ten sizes too big and 20 years too old for her. More images from the shoot, after…

Lily Q / June 25, 2010

Fashion Tragedy: Burberry Model Commits Suicide

The world of fashion is a place full of richness, luxury, and art. But it’s also an industry known for an obvious dark side. Does it, however, cause people to take their lives? Following the huge controversy over Alexander McQueen’s death, another shock now comes from the style world: Burberry model Tom Nicon, the male…

Leonora Epstein / June 22, 2010

Burberry Gets Beautiful With New Cosmetics Line

Remember that episode of “Full House” when D.J. begins middle school and starts caking on the makeup and dressing like a slut to fit in with the cool girls? In the end, it was wise Aunt Becky who imparted upon her some of the best womanly advice: “The secret to makeup is to look like…

Leonora Epstein / June 19, 2010

Burberry’s Special Edition Rain-Themed Collection—Redundant?

Burberry just launched a small, limited-edition collection based on the theme of rain (April showers, more specifically). The range includes Haymarket checked rain boots, printed umbrellas, trench coats, and a whole mess of small accessories. We have to laugh for a second because if this special line is rain-themed, then what was everything else Burberry…

Leonora Epstein / April 29, 2010

Burberry Kids Campaign Causes Womb Pangs

These child models for Burberry’s kid’s collection are so cute we might puke. Doesn’t this kind of make you want to have kids just so you can parade them around in a mini Burberry trench? [Style Frizz]…

Leonora Epstein / April 2, 2010

Plaid In 3D: Burberry Show Sort Of Like “Avatar”

Burberry is taking this Fashion Week into the techno age. The brand, known for a classic, plaid-loving aesthetic, is streaming its London show to Paris, New York, Tokyo, Dubai and L.A. … in 3D. The Feb. 23 trench-fest is supposed to bring audiences around the world straight to the runway. Combining “Avatar“-like special effects plu…

Lauren Panariello / February 15, 2010

Emma Watson Loses Leg For Burberry Ad

Photoshop Fail: Emma Watson’s leg disappears in one of the new Burberry ads. But does she really need all her limbs when she has brother Alex to lean on and is the highest-grossing actress of the decade? [BuzzFeed]…

Annika Harris / January 7, 2010

Good Genes Run In The Watson Family

Emma Watson’s latest Burberry campaign also includes her rather dashing 17-year-old brother, Alex. We can’t get over the facial similarities! Bewitching, no? [WWD]…

Leonora Epstein / January 6, 2010

The Girl With The Most Cake

In a new series for his immensely popular high-end street fashion blog, Jak & Jil, photographer Tommy Ton profiles Emily Eisen, first assistant to fashion editor and stylist Nicola Formichetti, whose clients include Lady Gaga, Robert Pattinson, and Scarlett Johansson. In the pictorial, Eisen shows off a few of her favorite fashion things, including Burberry’…

Susannah Breslin / December 14, 2009

Hermes Is Not This Homeowner’s Favorite Luxury Brand

Despite being a fan of plaid, I’ve never particularly liked Burberry’s signature print. But that’s OK, because the owner of this home, Norwegian artist Jens Werner Andersen, more than makes up for my lack of enthusiasm. [via Buzzfeed]…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / November 18, 2009

Costco, A Fashionista’s Dream Shopping Destination?

Costco used to be the ultimate shopping mecca for people who like to stock up on toilet paper, meat, and socks in bulk. But pretty soon the ladies-who-lunch crowd could become the giant retailer’s best customers, now that the cat is out of the Chanel bag. You see, the Costco store in East Harlem, which…

Annika Harris / November 16, 2009

Social Networking For Trench Coats

Some people love their Twitter; others are obsessed with Facebook. Burberry is providing fans with a brand-new social media site: Art of the Trench. The brand has tapped none other than street style photographer Scott Schuman to capture countless images of people sporting their trenches, providing inspiration to the world on trench styling. The site…

Bianca Posterli / November 9, 2009