Luxury British heritage brand Burberry, are celebrating the build up to the coronation of King Charles III with a limited-edition silk scarf in green hues and in partnership with the beloved gardens of Highgrove.
Since Daniel Lee was appointed Chief Creative Officer of Burberry in October 2022, the former creative director of Bottega Veneta has publicly promised to return the luxury fashion house of Burberry to its former glory and roots.
From the launch of the Highgrove Print Silk Square Scarf and the appointment of famous British figures such as Kano and Skepta as some of the new faces of the brand, these can all be recognised as efforts from Lee for the rebranded Burberry to fully embrace British culture.
Priced at £350, the silk scarf showcases an all-over illustration of the gardens of Highgrove House in Gloucestershire, the private residence of His Majesty.
Crafted from organic silk and hand-rolled edges, the design of the scarf includes some fine details of the gardens of Highgrove – including birds, dragonflies, and wildflowers such as delphinium, early purple orchids, and ox-eye daisy, all growing under silver birch and magnolia trees.
During a press release, Burberry describes the silk scarf as “from the commitments to protecting the environment, an admiration of the natural world and the championing of quality craftmanship.”
With King Charles III’s coronation set to take place on Saturday, May 6, the limited-edition Highgrove scarf is currently available for £350 from Burberry stores and online, plus at highgrovegardens.com and Highgrove stores.