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Culture: Coca-Cola’s #ReasonsToBelieve Video

By February 18, 2014Culture

One of Britain’s most respected heritage brands, the Burberry Prorsum front row has become something of an institution for bringing the Best Dressed of Britain together, dosage and yesterday’s AW14 womenswear show was no exception.

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A man with perhaps more fashion credibility than musical, One Directioner Harry Styles, looking more mature than his 20 years defines smart casual dressing in a bottle green suede trench, loose dark grey knit top, black skinnies and his favourite Chelsea boots.

Burberry Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014 - Arrivals

Fresh from being nominated as one of PAUSE’s Best Dressed Men of the BAFTAS, Bradley Cooper embraced multi-tonal dressing in a black double breasted coat teamed with light grey suit trousers, dark grey top layered over a white tshirt and black boots. His look obviously went down a storm with his seat-neighbour Anna Wintour who he apparently had in stitches.

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Another Burberry front row fixture and BAFTA Best Dressed Nominee, PAUSE favourite Tinie Tempah didn’t disappoint in an inky blue double breasted fur coat countered with loose-laced black chunky boots and trademark wayfarers.

Burberry Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014 - Arrivals

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Breaking up the dark dressing was Jamie Campbell Bower, star of Burberry’s SS14 campaign. Bringing a youthful, punky edge to his Burberry look, JCB opted for a camel double breasted coat, eye-catching St Paul’s print jumper, classic brown brogues, wallet chain and…a nose ring.

Burberry Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014 - Arrivals

Showing the over 30s how it’s done, Rush star Daniel Bruhl proved that mis-matched suiting isn’t just for people late for work.  Bruhl watched the show carrying a classic camel trench, layering a grey blazer over a navy knit worn with black suit trousers and black patent brogues.

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Words: Erin Carrington

One of Britain’s most respected heritage brands, the Burberry Prorsum front row has become something of an institution for bringing the Best Dressed of Britain together, dosage and yesterday’s AW14 womenswear show was no exception.

Bgta4IjIEAE4ogv

A man with perhaps more fashion credibility than musical, One Directioner Harry Styles, looking more mature than his 20 years defines smart casual dressing in a bottle green suede trench, loose dark grey knit top, black skinnies and his favourite Chelsea boots.

Burberry Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014 - Arrivals

Fresh from being nominated as one of PAUSE’s Best Dressed Men of the BAFTAS, Bradley Cooper embraced multi-tonal dressing in a black double breasted coat teamed with light grey suit trousers, dark grey top layered over a white tshirt and black boots. His look obviously went down a storm with his seat-neighbour Anna Wintour who he apparently had in stitches.

bradley cooper

BRADLEY1

Another Burberry front row fixture and BAFTA Best Dressed Nominee, PAUSE favourite Tinie Tempah didn’t disappoint in an inky blue double breasted fur coat countered with loose-laced black chunky boots and trademark wayfarers.

Burberry Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014 - Arrivals

tinie boots

Breaking up the dark dressing was Jamie Campbell Bower, star of Burberry’s SS14 campaign. Bringing a youthful, punky edge to his Burberry look, JCB opted for a camel double breasted coat, eye-catching St Paul’s print jumper, classic brown brogues, wallet chain and…a nose ring.

Burberry Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014 - Arrivals

Showing the over 30s how it’s done, Rush star Daniel Bruhl proved that mis-matched suiting isn’t just for people late for work.  Bruhl watched the show carrying a classic camel trench, layering a grey blazer over a navy knit worn with black suit trousers and black patent brogues.

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Words: Erin Carrington

Coca-Cola have just released this video as part of its uplifting new campaign ‘Reasons to Believe’ that puts the spotlight on life’s positives:

The film features an exclusive track by up and coming artist Milly Pye who was discovered busking on the streets of Chester. Milly, who recorded the track especially for this film, has been cited as a musician to watch this year

‘Reasons to Believe’ is rooted in Coca-Cola’s rich 127-year brand heritage of bringing people moments of happiness through its campaigns.

The film is made up of a series of contrasting scenes, juxtaposing emotive events that show both negative and positive outtakes, to remind us that even though the world can be challenging at times, there will always be plenty of good in the world.

Viewers can visit the Coke Zone to find out more at https://apps.facebook.com/cokezonestudio and share their reasons to believe using the hashtag #reasonstobelieve