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Burberry AW09 Tailoring

Burberry Tailoring
Season: Autumn Winter 2009.
Burberry London Tailoring AW2009 collection has grown this season to include all key forms of tailoring including evening wear, sports jackets and travel suits with fabrics ranging from Birdseye through to Micro herringbone. All of the Burberry London Tailoring is produced in Italy – yet maintains a classic but modern British style – harnessing cuts similar to those found on Savile Row.

The collection has already been worn by many a-listers the world over including Hugh Jackman, Orlando Bloom, Daniel Craig and Benicio Del Toro. Check out more images from the AW09 colleciton and info bout Burberry Tailoring under the cut:

 

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With over 150 years of history, Burberry is a leader in providing British men’s sartorial formal tailoring emphasising quality, innovation and style across suiting, shirting and outerwear.

The tailored pieces in the collection reflect a quintessentially effortless British look, elegance, masculinity, attitude and energy.

Burberry represents the standard for quality, craftsmanship and style in menswear and outerwear which is anchored by its iconic trench coats. With a history of craftsmanship and fabric development, Burberry celebrates its heritage in providing practical and functional menswear with a unique British sensibility.

Key components
CUT/CONSTRUCTION
Strong focus on Construction
Top Italian manufacturer
Hand pressing throughout construction
Flat shoulder similar to Savile Row
Traditional British cuts

FABRICS
Birdseye
Herringbone
Wool Mohair
Pinstripe
Chalk stripe
Micro herringbone

EVENING WEAR
Wool mohair
Made in Italy
Essential classic men’s tailoring
Modern fit
Pleated dress shirts
Giro inglese
Silk wool mix
Soft baby cord – best seller

*Courtesy of Burberry

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