Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Miss This Exclusive Burberry Pop Up In Singapore

The Burberry Conservatory is arriving on our sunny shores

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Illustration by Natalie Kwee/@hellonatto

This was created by Harper’s BAZAAR Singapore for Burberry

Traditionally, British conservatories are a dedicated space for growing and showcasing exotic plants, as well as a social space for parties and mingling. It’s appropriate then, that quintessentially British brand Burberry has chosen the concept of the conservatory for its latest pop up endeavour. Built to showcase the brand’s newest must-have—the Belt Bag—the luxury fashion label’s pop up will celebrate and reflect aspects of the bag, including its shape and colour palette.

Held at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, the two week-long installation will showcase a range of limited edition Belt Bags. Think whimsical equestrian knight embroidery, nods to the rainbow collection on the straps and the most delicious colours that are perfect for our summery weather.

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burberry conservatory

Illustration by Natalie Kwee/@hellonatto

Specifically, 17 exclusive, limited-edition Belt Bags in myriad tones will be available in small and medium sizes, while four solid leather versions—including white, black and camel colourways—come with a rainbow belt.

For the newly introduced bags with the equestrian knight embroidery, 13 styles will be available in a range of colours including rainbow.

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burberry belt bag

The best part? You can even customise your Belt Bag with monogramming on-site at the pop up, or with interchangeable belts (with rainbow and grommet details inspired by the runway), which can be purchased separately at the pop up.

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burberry conservatory, belt bag

Illustration by Natalie Kwee/@hellonatto

What’s more: The new Burberry Pin Clutch will also be available at the Burberry Conservatory. The four limited-edition colourways with equestrian knight embroidery will come in white and red with black embroidery, red with white embroidery, dark blue with camel embroidery and camel with rainbow embroidery.

So grab your trench coat and head on over to the Burberry Conservatory to marvel at the all the exotic new bags on display, and who knows? Maybe you’ll walk away with a little something.

The Burberry Conservatory will be in Singapore from 21 June to 8 July 2018 at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.

 

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