People round the globe recognize the iconic Burberry trench coats and Burberry scarves, but very few are aware that its founder, Thomas Burberry, got his start as a humble draper’s apprentice, which eventually led him to establish Burberry as one of the most renowned luxury brands in the world.
Burberry was founded in 1856, operating under 3 sub brand names: Burberry London, Burberry Prorsumand Burberry Brit - which today are in the transition of getting consolidated under one label: Burberry. All the three sub brands are exceptionally charming with the creative British tint, modern fashion spirit, and subtle yet classy work wear and weekend wear, fore fronting the tartan pattern work of art.
This label offers a long list of essentials for men and women; Trench coats, Burberry scarves, outwear, printed ties, metallic shirts, fragrances, accessories, leather goods, footwear and more. Unlike many other luxury fashion brands, Burberry ensembles are universally concentrated on ultra fine and elusive apparel, making it stand out as a brand. The major highlights by the label under haute- couture include use of Macramé lace, patchworks elaborated by the creative minds with mesmerising complex specifics and feathery animal prints across different ensembles. Burberry handbags are British to the core. The label is best known for its house check print (which was there on all pre-2008 Burberry bags), however, Burberry now makes a variety of understated, distinguished bag shapes and styles. The varicoloured and outsized bags with botanical prints or iconic Haymarket/tartan check prints are the classics by Burberry. Burberry has also established itself in the category of accessories by offering some really classy watches with tartan print on strap for the fashion devotees, signature ties and bowties, bold and cat eye- sunglasses and elegant detailing belts.