- 25 x 17 x 10 cm
- Drop 28/49 cm
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Burberry’s Lola bag has become a symbol of rebellious elegance for a new generation of irreverent sophisticates. The now cult classic is named after a song by British rock band The Kinks and is loved for its ultra-versatile and youthful nature. In this oversized iteration, it’s adorned with the world-famous TB Monogram in gold-tone hardware – a nod to the House’s eponymous founder.
Burberry was founded in 1856 when 21-year-old Thomas Burberry, a former draper’s apprentice, opened his own store in Basingstoke, Hampshire, England. By 1870, the business had established itself by focusing on the development of outdoors attire. In 1879, Burberry introduced gabardine to his brand, a hardwearing, water-resistant yet breathable fabric, in which the yarn is waterproofed before weaving. In 1891, Burberry opened a shop in the Haymarket, London.
Between 2001 and 2005, Burberry became associated with football hooligan culture. This change in the brand reputation was attributed to lower priced products, the proliferation of counterfeit goods adopting Burberry’s trademark check pattern, and adoption by celebrities. The association with football hooliganism led to the wearing of Burberry check garments being banned at some venues. GUS divested its remaining interest in Burberry in December 2005. Burberry Group plc was initially floated on the London Stock Exchange in July 2002. In 2005, Sanyo-shokai was the Burberry ready-to-wear licence holder in Japan with retail value of €435 million.
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Push lock closure, Two interior compartments, One interior zipped pocket
Booklet, Dust cover, Swing tag