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Burberry, which built a $3.8-billion-a-year business selling a muted output of cashmere scarves and trench coats, will now be helmed by an Italian designer whose intricate lace-and-sequin gowns often blur the line between red carpet and lingerie.
In 2015, Barton, who was 75 at the time and working part time as a barber, was getting out his car to go cut some hair when he was nearly beaten to death by a man in a trench coat wielding a baseball bat.
Allan is sometimes visited by the specter of Humphrey Bogart, in trench coat and fedora.
Tracey strained her relationship with Disney by posing for a men’s magazine in 1976 with nothing on except her mouse ears and later wearing nothing but an open trench coat in front of Disney Studios.
At the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue launch party in New York City, the supermodel wore an all-pink look that included a satin trench coat and a latex turtleneck.
The new work-wear reference this year came in the form of riffs on firefighters' turnout gear — those oversize utility coats with safety stripes — that could be seen in skirts, trench coats and at least one blaze-orange men's jumpsuit.
The music video features Smith in a blond wig and a trench coat, partaking in a James Bond-esque tale of love and murder.
Meanwhile, Hadid wore a trench coat and trousers in matching black patent.
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: a usually long raincoat with deep pockets and a belt
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