It’s the season for High Fashion!

In anticipation of the winter season, Burberry has unveiled an enchanting collaboration with Highgrove, seamlessly blending art, fashion, and the regal history of England. This new collection features exquisite organic silk scarves with meticulously hand-rolled edges, capturing the essence of the splendid gardens at the private residence of His Majesty Charles III.

Fashioned after the four seasons, these designs represent an artsy interpretation of the lush surroundings that cover the Highgrove house.

British artist Sammi Lynch, a recent graduate of the esteemed Royal Drawing School, brings her creative brilliance to these designs. Celebrated for her expertise in painting and printmaking, Lynch translates her first-hand experiences of the landscape into each scarf, skilfully conveying space, texture, and light.

This scarf collection, paying homage to the allure of Highgrove, mirrors Burberry’s commitment to preserving craftsmanship and art. As a Royal Warrant holder, the fashion house aligns itself with the robust commitment of the King’s Foundation, the custodian of Highgrove Gardens, in supporting the arts and passing on cultural legacies to future generations.

The exclusive collection will be available in select Burberry stores, providing fashion enthusiasts and royalty admirers access to these unparalleled pieces. Additionally, the collection will be offered online, allowing a global audience to explore and acquire these masterful creations from anywhere in the world.

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Sakina Juzar, a journalist specializing in culture and lifestyle, possesses an enthusiasm for the art of narrative and meticulous documentation. Her craft delves into a combination of fashion, culture, and society, both within the Middle East and on a global scale and provide a unique perspective for the same. Furthermore, Sakina curates an Instagram blog, @thelockedword, where she indulges in poetry and discourse on mental well-being.