Two iconic British brands team up to bring the magic of Christmas to life in London. In partnership with Burberry, Harrods unveils the festive windows at Brompton Road. The world famous department store in Knightsbridge also debuted their Christmas tree, designed by Burberry, on Hans Crescent.Unveiled by Lily James, the magical Burberry windows at Harrods feature A Very British Fairy Tale which tells the story of two children on an enchanting adventure through a snow-swept English country house, complete with flying cars, floating bathtubs and secret passageways.The six-meter Burberry-designed Christmas tree stands tall at the store’s brand new Door 5 Grand Entrance and is decked with silhouettes of children wearing signature Burberry trench coats climbing the tree.
Burberry’s Christmas partnership with Harrods also brings an exclusive capsule collection and a series of festive events too, including live personalization stations. The revered store woos fashionistas with the launch of Harrods-only collection designed by Burberry, including limited-edition ready-to-wear, accessories and gifts.
For Christmas, the partnership also offers to indulge the tastebuds of the merrymakers by serving a selection of treats from Burberry’s all-day café Thomas’s at the HarrodsFood Hall, including a limited-edition bottle of Nyetimber English sparkling wine.
Our pick from Burberry and Harrods’ exclusive festive collection is the Medium Python Buckle Tote. Available for $3,3336, it has taken inspiration from Burberry’s iconic trench coat. Shaped from precious python skin and featuring a belt detailing with a polished logo buckle, this tote can be carried by the twin top handles or over the shoulder with the detachable studded strap.Harrods