After releasing its “WHY DID THEY KILL BAMBI?” shirt last summer, Burberry continues to be inspired by the fictional fawn. For one of its latest pieces, the British label has plastered the famous deer print onto a plush, quilted down jacket, crafting the style with a recycled exterior for a sustainable touch.
The shell of the jacket is made from recycled nylon that’s officially known as “ECONYL®,” a material that is engineered out of synthetic waste materials such as plastic and old fabric. It’s then covered all around with the quirky animal print, lending neutral shades of tan, brown and white throughout. Other details include a two-way zip-front closure, pockets at the waist and interior, and tonal hardware for a streamlined look. It’s finished off with a black and white logo patch on the chest for a hit of branding.
Burberry’s Beige Down ECONYL® Barwick Jacket is priced at $1,790 USD and available now at SSENSE’s webstore.
Elsewhere for the brand, it recently updated the Chelsea boot by adding its signature check pattern onto the kicks.