Vogue turns to understated military

With the Spring 2010 season on our doorstep many a fashion publication is taking stock of the new season’s styles. In the March 2010 issue US Vogue pick apart the 2010 evolution of the military fashion trend, highlighting pieces from the likes of Burberry Prorsum and Chloe.

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Military Issue: Vogue March 2010
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010
Military Issue: Vogue March 2010

Like the 2010 evolution of the trend, the pictorial is wholly understated. Refined and subtle, it’s a start contrast from the 19th Century military reinterpretations that we’ve become accustomed to. If you’re looking for something with a little bit more impact, I’d suggest you read over the future warrior trend, which fuses tribalism with futurism. If you’d rather stick to refined military, but avoid the glam of previous years, then look over the men’s military fashion trend for 2010.

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