Burberry special edition: 12 Bucket Bag for 12 flagship store

Naomi Campbell has it and now everyone wants it. Object of desire? The new Bucket Bag of Burberry, an it-bag shown on the catwalk at the last fall/winter 2015 fashion shows and that today will be the star of a major strategic plan implemented by the British fashion House.

This bag is on everyone’s lips not only because of the top model but also, and above all, to the fashion house that is launching globally a limited selection today, Friday, June 12. Available only in 12 Burberry flagship store around the world: London, Paris, Milan, Barcelona, ​​Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Vancouver, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing and Osaka will present the 12 bags, from the one in suede with fringes and camel animal print to the one in suede with fringes and House Check print in black, lilac, dark sand and dark olive, from the one in suede with long black fringes to the one with short fringes in cognac, dark olive and elderberry. And yet, from the green and navy blue model in suede to the natural camel animal print version. The model is the historic bucket, back now more than ever in vogue, as the fringes, as well as printing graphic animal, applied on a soft chamois or mutton, elements that are inspired by the bohemian style of the collection.

The Bag is revealed as a must-have, not surprisingly, is the first accessory get in the store before the arrival of the entire collection, scheduled for July 2015. What’s more, with the launch of this important initiative, Burberry wanted to introduce some additional models: the Baby Bucket Bag and the Baby Bucket Backpack, part of the Pre-Collection S/S 2016.

Not to be missed!

Burberry Flagship Store: Via Montenapoleone, Milan – Italy, 121 Regent Street, London – UKPaseo de Gracia, Barcelona – SpagnaFaubourg Saint Honoré, Paris – Francia57th Street, New York – USAMichigan Avenue, Chicago – USARodeo Drive, Los Angeles – USAThe Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver – CanadaPacific Place, Hong KongKerry Centre, Shanghai – CinaSparkle Roll, Beijing – CinaShinshaibashi, Osaka – Japan.