Coats & jackets.

Boohoo shearling bomber jacket

Still looking for a statement piece to work into your autumn 2010 / winter 2011 wardrobe? Then, as we’ve said countless times, you’d be amiss to overlook the season’s aviator fashion trend and the key piece that goes with it: the shearling aviator jacket. Perfected by Burberry, such is the nature of fashion retail that Burberry’s work has inspired a thousand creations including this aviator…

Ralph Lauren bomber jacket: daily discovery

We’ve haven’t been shy in singing the praises of the aviator fashion trend since the beginning of the year. Nor have we been anything but constant in declaring a shearling bomber jacket / aviation jacket as the key statement piece for autumn / fall 2010. So for those fashionisers yet to invest in the trend, or those looking for an additional piece for their new-season…

Zara striped blazer: street fashion

It’s precisely this sort of easy-fashion that Australian stores ought to be scared of when Zara opens in Australia. Though the shoulders aren’t precisely now, the stripes are bang on the money. Australian retailers will have to be equally as on the money to compete.

Girls who like boys

A totally natural and effortless take on the boyfriend blazer. For more street style pictures follow that link. Snapped in Paris by Vanessa Jackman.

Daily discovery: Reiss nautical blazer

Here’s another daily discovery from Reiss, this time from their main line. It struck me as a somewhat slick and versatile take on the boyfriend blazer trend, and I’m loving the nautical feel of the double-lapels and white buttons. You can find it here.

Miu Miu takes naked women to the street

The proliferation of nudity in fashion is well documented, but for obvious reasons it’s remained largely in the domain of fashion pictorials. Miu Miu have different ideas, however. We’ve already seen Miuccia Prada’s take on a naked ladies on Keira Knightley, comes a take on it as an embellishment on the back of a blazer framed by lips.

Street style: Celine’s minimalist camel

The calendar may tell you it’s Spring 2010 already, but the weather begs to differ. So the transseasonal pieces, including the camel coat, remain popular – wear them (or invest in them) now, and you’ll still have use for them come Fall 2010. Stylist Ludivine Poiblanc gives her minimalist Celine camel coat an outing in Paris.