Containing organic silk and finished with hand-rolled edges, the four illustrated scarves are named after the seasons, with each scarf featuring Highgrove Gardens and the house at its centre, the company said in a press release.
Burberry unveils a limited-edition collection of Highgrove scarves, celebrating the gardens at King Charles III’s private residence.
Crafted with organic silk and hand-rolled edges, the four scarves, named after seasons, feature illustrations of Highgrove Gardens and the residence.
Created by Sammi Lynch, the drawings emphasise space, texture, and light.
As a royal warrant holder, Burberry shares the commitment of The King’s Foundation, steward of Highgrove Gardens, to support the arts, passing the legacy of craft and artistry to the next generation.
The drawings for these scarves were created by British artist Sammi Lynch, a recent graduate from the Royal Drawing School. Lynch practices a range of techniques, including painting and printmaking. Her work expresses lived experiences of the landscape through images that emphasise space, texture and light.
Ahead of the launch of the limited-edition collection, we connected with Lynch to discuss her artistic practice, nature as inspiration and the beauty of Highgrove.
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