Monday, 18 January 2010

Great Minds Think Alike #17


Below: Neil Barrett's Fall Winter 2010 looks with circular fabric badge details...
looking similar to...







Below: my 27 Friday blazer from Bangkok?


Below: Circular tone on tone patchwork details as well for my blazer:-P



Neil Barrett vs. 27 Friday


Am I being too picky? I am having a dejavu looking at those Fall Winter 2010 jackets from Neil Barrett's Fall Winter 2010 Men's Collection. It does bear some resemblance to my 27 Friday Blazer from Bangkok, in the details of circular tone on tone fabric badges against the neutral jackets. The 27 Friday blazer which I got from Bangkok are sewn in fabric patches while Neil Barrett's are pins are more refined. What do you say? Similar?

I do love the Neil Barrett Fall Winter 2010 Mens Collection, I see myself wearing quite a few pieces:-P And a small collection of womenswear are featured as well with some hot must-have shoes!

Source: Neil Barrett

8 comments:

hihihi said...

But 27 Fridays was out this blazer for a few months ago ....Someone said Designer usually have a same inspiration. 555

Anonymous said...

Reminds me more of the Undercover Fabric covered badges you featured earlier in your blog.

The 27 Friday blazer is quite OTT with the badges. Do you like it? Not sure if I can pull it off - looks like a splattering gone wrong.

Though I am quite digging the NB version!

Allan said...

Love the lip biting, Kev.

WERQ! LOL

Shane Bailey said...

Yes, ur picky:) The badges for Neil Barrett were actually widely used on this past F/W season..

Kevin @ myMANybags said...

Neil Barrett FW2009? Dun think I see any badges:-P

Anonymous said...

I sooo need that Boots :)))))

Anonymous said...

When i was looking at NB FW I did remember about your 27 Friday blazer. It did somehow resemblance the same look... :)

Anonymous said...

Hi,

Saw an older post of yours (BV sunnies), and was wondering if you could help me authenticate a pair i'm buying online...my only option to buy as there are no BV stores (nor distributors) here in Australia, unfortunately.

Let me know, thanks :)