BURBERRY
DK88 Top Handle Collection


august 2017
 

Burberry’s DK88 Top Handle bag collection is expanding to include new small and mini sizes from September 2017.

The DK88 Top Handle bag was first introduced on the runway in London as part of the brand’s February 2017 show, and the new small and mini sizes have already been spotted carried by Gigi Hadid, Lily James, Ruby Rose, Elizabeth Debicki and Zhou Dongyu.

 
 

THE DK88 BAG COLLECTION

First introduced on the runway as part of the February 2017 show in London, The DK88 collection for men and women is available in a range of sizes.

Named after the house code for the brand’s signature honey-coloured gabardine fabric, the DK88 collection features styles reimagined in Burberry’s new Trench Leather, paying tribute to the fabric at the very heart of the Burberry story. The collection features satchel and luggage-inspired shapes, anchored by a classic top handle bag now available in 4 sizes. Colour palette ranging from black, dark navy, honey tan, antique red and dark forest green, to painterly hues of slate blue, blossom pink, ash rose and celadon green. All styles come with an adjustable leather crossbody strap to allow for hands-free carrying.

 

THE DK88 TOP HANDLE

The DK88 Top Handle sits at the heart of the collection, and is defined by its timeless silhouette, oversize lock and sculptured handle. The DK88 Top Handle is already available in large and medium sizes. The bag style has been carried by Adwoa Aboah, Naomi Campbell, Elizabeth Debicki, Zhou Dongyu, Gigi Hadid, Kate Hudson, Lily James and Ruby Rose.

 

DESIGNED IN LONDON, MADE IN ITALY

Designed in England at Burberry’s headquarters in London and made in Italy, crafted from the brand’s new Trench Leather. Selected designs feature an oversize brass tone lock, and an internal pocket made especially for the accompanying key. 
Made in Italy, the new Trench Leather is embossed with a unique pattern reflecting the distinctive twill finish of cotton gabardine, the cloth Thomas Burberry patented in 1888, and which is still used today to make Burberry’s signature made-in-England trench coats. The full collection is available globally in store and on Burberry.com, and will continue to evolve with new sizes, styles and colours.