- A trench coat in heavy cotton gabardine featuring hand-painted floral artwork at the topcollar. Invented by Thomas Burberry in 1879, cotton gabardine is a tightly woven, weatherproof fabric that protects against the elements. A closely cut design, the trench coat features set-in sleeves and a tapered waist. Heritage details include horn-look buttons, a gun flap and storm shield.
- Pull on. 94% silk, 6% spandex. Hand wash. Designer color: Rosewood/ Roselyne
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- Bra and briefs sold separately. Made in Italy.
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