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BURTON MENSWEAR AW16 EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK

A COLLECTION INSPIRED BY THE BRAND’S HERITAGE AND TRADITIONAL FABRICS

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Burton Menswear AW16 First Look

A contemporary interpretation of classic menswear styles helps Burton create an Autumn/Winter 2016 wardrobe of truly iconic pieces, making it the ultimate collection for today’s stylish and unpretentious man – available in-store and online from August 2016.

A focus on the brand’s heritage of providing impeccable suiting and smart casual options is the main theme of the range. Illustrating this perfectly is New British Classics, a story inspired by traditional fabrics, modernised with a smoother feel and a slick finish. Suits in grey twisted yarns are teamed with dobby patterned shirts and a wool Chesterfield coat, while bringing us bang up to date is the camel two-piece, which is worn with a burgundy crew-neck and brown Chelsea boots - a fresh take on a well-tested trend.

Metropolitan provides us with a newer, more urban tailoring aesthetic. Smart pieces and clean silhouettes have a Scandinavian mood where tonal dressing and simplicity are key. Earthy neutrals, khaki and rust highlights are worn with casual footwear or trainers for a relaxed, dressed down feel.

For your office attire, look to the Square Mile, a sleek, stylish and streamlined formalwear story in easy-to-wear micro-fabrics that provides a perfectly professional wardrobe. Colour-pop ties and geometric pocket-squares add to the cool city-boy look, while navy makes a welcome come-back in the form of a three-piece suit, which when worn with Burton Menswear's light grey three quarter length coat creates the perfect pairing.

Off-duty style has not been ignored - in their Workwear Club we find utility staples with vintage Nordic and folk prints throughout. Twill shirts, a honeycomb stitch knit and a suede bomber jacket are key items in this cool and casual collection.

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