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Fashion designer Antony Price for Topman A/W 10
14
Oct '10
Following on from the success of his last three collections, iconic designer Antony Price launches his fourth limited edition collection for Topman.

Differing from his previous three collections, Antony has created a capsule range of clothing that concentrates predominantly on differing coat shapes fusing futuristic elements with traditional military shapes.

The futuristic element of the collection is seen with the use of nylon and waxed cotton fabrics and unique zip detailing. Tron inspired coats are evident in the shape of two cropped bomber jackets, a funnel neck biker with padded shoulders and a padded nylon coat with elongated collars. These are mixed with a full length wool coat with off centre zip and oversized collar and a hi-shine ¾ length leather coat with belt, gold buttons and rooled back cuffs.

Contrasting to this is three different traditional military pieces, a double breasted cropped collar peacoat with brass buttons , a single breasted drummer boy coat with padded shoulders and the highlight of the collection a full length military trench coat available in either charcoal grey or black.

The collection is finished with two versions of wool jogging trousers and a slash neck t-shirt.

The full range will be available from 12 November from our London and New York stores and on line at topman.com.

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