An Icon Reimagined From Harlem To Harare

September 22, 2019

A timeless silhouette redefined by Riccardo Tisci for Burberry is perfect for the Harlem man or woman.

Explore new iterations of our classic trench coat, from streamlined single-breasted shapes – inspired by our motoring heritage – to distinctive logo details.

Thomas Burberry wasn’t quite the inventor of the trench coat but his name became synonymous and he popularized it and therefore, today, if people think about a trench coat, the first thing that comes to mind is a Burberry trench coat. The company has been making trench coats for over 150 years, they’ve been around since 1856 and it’s just an iconic garment. It became popular because just like many other overcoats, it was a military garment and there was a surplus after World War II, and so they circulated in public and they became well known for every man and woman on the planet. Over the years, Burberry evolved and today, it’s much more of a lifestyle brand that you can see on catwalks and fashion shows, and not so much the original Burberry brand anymore that used to make a trench coat.

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