Presenting Style with Glass Boutique’s New AW11 LookBook

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Online retailers Glass Boutique won’t just be selling high trend fashions this Autumn/Winter 2011/12 season; these style specialists will be giving you a peak on what to wear and how to wear it in men’s designer fashion, with their brand new AW11 LookBook.

Glass Boutique Men's AW11 Lookbook

Glass Boutique Men's AW11 Lookbook

Online retailers Glass Boutique won’t just be selling high trend fashions this Autumn/Winter 2011/12 season; these style specialists will be giving you a peak on what to wear and how to wear it in men’s designer fashion, with their brand new AW11 LookBook.

Glass Boutique are an independent purveyor of both men’s and women’s designer fashions and work with a number of high quality brands that lead the way in crafting fashion movements. Glass Boutique’s extensive knowledge and keen eye for style ensures that they source the latest trends impacting the real world of functional fashion.

This coming season, men’s clothing is already shaping up to show an exciting mix of trends and Glass Boutique are putting together some of the coolest ensembles for their new LookBook, which is influenced by their strong and diverse range of men’s fashion from their hand-picked collection of progressive labels.

Shot at London’s Limehouse Marina on the North bank of the River Thames; the contemporary nautical cool of the venue reflects the style photographed in the LookBook from this real world collection. Mariner chic meets rugged fisherman with a chunky knitwear collection of jumpers, hats and scarves fully embracing the season from the masters of street wear, Norse Projects. As American workwear-inspired Penfield meet practical needs with an effortless style stride on their Lakeville Jacket, which is made from a Hudson wax composition to keep off the rain. This classic trail anorak also comes with a large peaked hood and lights up the Thames in its Cobalt blue colouring.

While London-based label YMC combined their creative flair with the original style Maestros of the duffle coat, Gloverall, to breathe new life into the classic design. Combining function and fashion, this fitted wool coat comes with the renowned horn toggle and leather fastening invented by Gloverall, alongside large front pocket and buttoned cuff detailing. In addition, crossing the genre divide are Pointer’s honed senses at producing street smart footwear fit for any occasion. Managing to comfortably reign in the realms of both casual and formal, Pointer get practical with their fur-lined Calum workboot with rich colour waxed leather and contrasting thick Vibram sole.

All the contemporary and classic styles presented in the LookBook are a perfect example of the quality brands available at the Glass Boutique online store and simply compliments their varied collection of designer labels in men’s fashion that include Libertine-Libertine, Clae and SixPack France, alongside Won Hundred, Triwa and Universal Works.

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