Burberry Prorsum – the pinnacle of modern English style, one of London Fashion Week’s crown jewels. This traditional brand, famous for its tartan pattern and trench coat has undergone a slick, digital revolution over the past decade.
When Christopher Bailey joined the company in 2001 as Creative Director followed by American Angela Ahrendts in 2006, the brand was ready for a revolution. The pair managed to breathe a new lease of life into the already world-renowned reputation of this British design house.
Fast forward to the present and Christopher Bailey has designed his first ready-to-wear men’s footwear collection, worlds away from the tartan image once synonymous with the brand.
If you’re a man who knows his Hermes from his Alexander Wang – and you can’t get enough of fashion’s most celebrated labels, then these sneakers will make a welcome addition to your shoe collection.
These understated, slick training shoes exude designer Christopher Bailey’s aesthetic of the season – high-end sports luxe.
Available in three neutral shades, these trainers will see you through summer and fall.