The onslaught of men’s Burberry Prorsum

If you still had any niggling doubts about just how instantly-iconic Burberry’s men’s autumn 2011 collection is, its onslaught throughout the pages of print soon ought to lay those doubts to rest. With summer having peaked, it’s clear that autumn / fall 2011 is on the horizon and while it’s unlikely that you’ve already encountered all of its fashion offerings, as the September issues of magazines start to hit newsstands it’s certain that you’ll see autumn collections aplenty.

Within the print pages of menswear titles, that’s going to mean a lot of new-season Burberry Prorsum.

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Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Bryton Munn: GQ Japan
Bryton Munn: GQ Japan
Bryton Munn: GQ Japan
Bryton Munn: GQ Japan
Bryton Munn: GQ Japan
Bryton Munn: GQ Japan
While yesterday it was a Men’s Folio photo shoot that we highlighted, today it’s GQ Japan.

Country Manner features model Bryton Munn in a series of photos that remains true to Burberry‘s British heritage along with the collection’s overtones. Touching only fleetingly on the emerging relaxed menswear trend, the photo shoot instead gives all the credit to the collection’s outerwear and footwear. And, if we’re honest, it’s fair that they do so – we gents love outerwear more than most items of fashion, and Burberry Prorsum’s rubber weather-soled brogues are hard to ignore.

You can see the full Burberry photo shoot from GQ Japan by clicking on the thumbnails above and browsing through the gallery.

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