Elevated essentials that never go out of style.
Trends come and go, but classics never die – a cliché that rings true especially in times like this, when what’s in vogue can go out the door faster than you do, timeless pieces will persist in charm. Burberry reaches into its deep pockets of heritage to create a modern uniform for the contemporary individual, in connection with the British luxury label’s past, present and future.
The “Future Heritage” collection finds the perfect blend of fabric and fit with tailored pieces that can be dressed up or down. Single-breasted relaxed-fit wool jackets highlighted with gold-plated Monogram motif buttons, cotton Oxford shirts with Monogram motif appliqués, sharply pleated skirts in Italian-woven silk georgette, and wide-leg wool trousers are some of the pieces that showcase the finest in classic tailoring. Whether you favour muted shades of grey or a strong statement in black, pleasing pastel hues or a rich splash of beige, the refined yet relaxed silhouettes in these hallmark Burberry shades are versatile and timeless.
Gabardine, the light and breathable, weatherproof fabric created by founder Thomas Burberry in 1879 and patented in 1888, is synonymous with the brand. It transformed what defined wet weather outerwear back in the day, which were typically heavy and uncomfortable to wear. The revolutionary fabric is present in the “Future Heritage” collection in the form of a gabardine car coat styled with a detachable drawcord hood. Other key outerwear that merges style and functionality, includes the Harrington jacket in technical stretch wool, and a lightweight funnel-neck jacket in ECONYL® fabric.
If you’re dedicated to the Thomas Burberry Monogram, you’ll find the iconic pattern featured on chic and comfortable styles like funnel-neck sweaters knitted in a luscious blend of wool, silk and cashmere, as well as vests, cardigans and polo shirts in black and camel.
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