Burberry unveils Scarf and Trench collection in partnership with Highgrove

British luxury fashion house Burberry has unveiled a new collection of scarves and trench coats in partnership with Highgrove Gardens, the private residence of His Majesty King Charles III and Queen Camilla.

The four scarves are made in Italy from organic silk and are finished with hand-rolled edges, to ensure long-lasting quality. The trenchcoat is a new style introduced by Chief Creative Officer Daniel Lee named the 'Castleford' and comes in two colors: hunter and ivy. Assembled at Burberry's factory in Castleford, Yorkshire, it is woven from gabardine while its outer is made from 100 percent organic cotton.

The scarves and trench coats feature drawings created by British artist Holly Mills, a graduate of the Royal Drawing School. Mills' vibrant illustrations of meadows and delphinium were drawn at Highgrove Gardens during the peak of summer's bloom.

Burberry is a Royal Warrant holder and the collaboration with Highgrove Gardens marks the third partnership for the heritage brand. Through the collection, it shares and honors the commitment of The King's Foundation in supporting young British artists and passing on the legacy of craft and artistry to the next generation.

The Burberry x Highgrove collection is available now in Burberry stores, Highgrove shops on site at the gardens and in nearby Tetbury, and online.

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