Monday, 8 May 2017

BELSTAFF x VESTIAIRE COLLECTIVE


Wearing: Shur Ruitz jacket, Equipment shirt, Espiègle earrings Belstaff trousers and shoes
On Thursday 4th May, I was invited to celebrate the sale of ten original Trialmaster jackets- straight from the Belstaff Archive. The incredibly rare and very sought after jackets, can be worn or kept as collector's items.

See all ten jackets sold exclusively online at www.VestiaireCollective.com

Each jacket comes from the 60s and 70s, some even sporting patched badges from their original owners. Guests were briefly told about the history of certain pieces, and encouraged to try them on. The rare bright red 1970s Trialmaster is Belstaff Creative Director Delphine Ninous' personal favourite, and the Burgundy Trialmaster were the most popular of the night. Both in hard to find rare red wax. (Seen on stylist Alexander Lee below)

Stylist Alexander Lee wearing a 1970s Trialmaster jacket
The archive exhibition is available for viewing at the Belstaff Flagship store at 135/137 New Bond Street.



And on a side note: Belstaff x Liv Tyler...
I'm a full supporter of the Belstaff x Liv Tyler collection and since the store was still open, I couldn't finish the night without the Liv Tyler Hulton Bomber Jacket. A lot of you saw me wearing it on my Instagram Stories and so I wanted to answer some of your questions: The jacket in the picture above is a UK size 8, I'm usually a size 8-10 and this jacket was still slightly too oversized for me. So if anyone's thinking of buying it I would size down by one or two sizes.

(Casually reminding everyone of my attendance at the Met Gala because it is still a dream come true!)
I recently tried to get this collection in the New York Flagship, and found most of the collection had sold out. So, there are some links below for my American friends.

Wearing: Shur Ruitz jacket, Equipment shirt, Espiègle earrings Belstaff trousers and shoes
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www.fashioncrossover-london.com
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