Burberry has unveiled an exciting collaboration with Highgrove ahead of the winter months. Fusing art, fashion and England’s royal heritage, this new collection features exquisite organic silk scarves with hand-rolled edges, capturing the essence of the stunning gardens of His Majesty Charles III’s private residence.
The scarves are named after the four seasons and offer an artistic representation of the lush landscapes surrounding Highgrove House. The creative genius behind these designs is the talented British artist Sammi Lynch, who recently graduated from the prestigious Royal Drawing School.
Sammi Lynch, renowned for her painting and printmaking skills, has captured her lived experiences of the landscape in each scarf. Her works stand out for the way they express space, texture and light, creating pieces that are not only ideal winter accessories, but also true works of art.
The choice of Lynch as the designer for this collaboration not only highlights her exceptional talent, but also her commitment to art. Her track record includes artist residencies both at Dumfries House, home of the King’s Foundation in Scotland, and in Italy, cementing her position as an emerging artist with a unique vision.
The scarf collection, as well as being an ode to the beauty of Highgrove, reflects Burberry’s commitment to the preservation of craft and art. As a Royal Warrant holder, the fashion house shares the strong commitment of the King’s Foundation, custodian of Highgrove Gardens, to support the arts and pass on the cultural legacy to future generations.
The exclusive collection will be available in both select Burberry stores and Highgrove stores, giving fashion lovers and royalty enthusiasts access to these one-of-a-kind pieces. It will also be available online, providing the opportunity to browse and purchase these masterpieces from anywhere in the world.
You may also like...