5 Things You Need To Know About Burberry’s New Title Bag
Earlier this year, Burberry's chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci revealed the TB bag—his first bag for the luxury Maison—with much fanfare after making his monumental debut with the brand a year ago.
And now, the brand has unveiled a new tote as part of its fall/winter 2019 collection.
Here are five things to know about the Title bag:
1/5 It's In All Sizes
The Title bag comes in several different styles including small, medium, large, mini with pocket and small with pocket.
The medium or large tote is functional enough for everyday use, while the smaller options might appeal more to those who want a crossbody or a small evening bag.
2/5 One Of The Designs Is Already Sold Out Online
The small Title Bag that is detailed with the brand's Horseferry print—which is one of its new house codes—is so popular that it's no longer available online. In fact, it is the only version of the bag that is currently sold out according to Burberry's Singapore website. If you're into logomania and love the print, why not try the iconic trench coat in Horseferry?
3/5 Fresh Iterations
The British label first introduced the mini Title Bag for its B Series Drop in February. Its latest iteration features more colours and different bag sizes.
Fans will be happy to know that come November, the brand will also release a two-handle version of the Title bag in addition to its newest designs that currently include stripes, colour blocks, faux lizard and monogram print.
Besides the usual classic, lightly-embossed calf leather, the bag is also available in e-canvas. This means that the bag is primarily made using renewable resources that require less water and generate less carbon dioxide than conventional coated canvases.
5/5 Triple Studs
What draws all the bags together is the triple-stud closure featured in front of each bag. It's inspired by the details on a vintage military bag, discovered in the Burberry archives—and is now a new house code for the brand.
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