Posts Tagged ‘rene gurskov’

Coats & Jackets, Trends

Dream team: lightweight summer jackets

By admin on March 26th, 2009

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Looking for summer jackets might be slightly premature but it’s never too early to shop, and with a chunky jumper a lightweight waterproof layer will more than suffice for March.

These jackets are all fairly pricey, but would make fantastic investments if you have a bit of money burning a hole in your pocket. Rene Gurskov‘s bomber is in a simple colour but tailoring details like shrunken buttons and origami pocket flaps make it a bit more special. Paul Smith’s jacket is for the more formally inclined Brandites, the colour is simply awesome and will look wonderful with a summer palette. On the more utilitarian end of the scale Moncler‘s khaki jacket is so unassumingly stylish it will take you from office to pub to disco to wherever you kids hang out. Lastly Lyle and Scott‘s jacket is a classic shape and again a great colour, a perfect choice if you fancy something more conventional which retains a bit of interest.

See after the jump for product details and stick around to see our budget picks tomorrow!

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Designer Spotlight, Trends

Rene Gurskov “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me” collection

By admin on September 18th, 2008

I received a very exciting email from Danish designer Rene Gurskov, who wanted to share with me his latest collection.

After taking some time to look at the clothes the words that spring to mind are thoughtful streetwear. The influences are trend-led without being too obvious and are wearable so that I could imagine even my most un-fashiony friends wearing the pieces. Gurskov says he wants to give even a “small town boy a chance to look hard boiled” which is a great description.

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http://www.incircus.dk/




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