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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 plus Emma Watson’s epic payday? It looks like Christopher Bailey is launching himself into the world of major bank. [Secret Sales] Keep reading »

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] Keep reading »

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] Keep reading »

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’s barbed wire ring, American Apparel sheer white tees, and those Prada chandelier shoes. Check out more snaps after the jump. Keep reading »

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] Keep reading »

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 opened last week, is selling Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Tod’s, Burberry, and Salvatore Ferragamo purses for a discount (well, a discount compared to their regular prices, not to most people’s expendable income). Burberry’s mini satchel costs $1,019.99. A medium shopper tote by Tod’s is $549.99. The Ferragamo “Marissa” handbag goes for $629.99. And the Chanel bag costs $1,999. I think it would be strange to purchase one of these high-fashion wares while everyone around you is pushing a shopping cart and sampling microwaveable foods. Am I the only one that finds Costco selling designer handbags weird? [StyleCaster] Keep reading »

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 is one of those you can sit on for hours, clicking back and forth between images to see a multitude of people captured by The Sartorialist. Comment, build your own trench profile, and submit a picture of yourself wearing one for the chance to be featured on the site. In the future, a history of the trench will appear, complete with a time line of events and “original black-and-white footage of the first wearers of Burberry’s trenchcoats.” No one should be surprised that Burberry is getting into the networking side of the internet, as the brand live-streamed the spring 2010 collection on their Facebook page, sends out e-brochures instead of printed materials, and plans to create digital look books in the next year. But we have to wonder whether social networking for your jacket might be a tad much? [WWD] Keep reading »

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