Burberry Lightweight Double-Faced Wool Twill Asymmetric Coat

Condition: New With Tags
Retail price: €2875.00
Price: € 1100
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A sculptural coat makes a statement!

  • The design is cut for a slim fit
  • Single-breasted closure with two buttons
  • Interior button-through
  • Waist welt pockets 
  • Storm flap
  • Belted waist
  • Long sleeves with sleeve loops
  • Outer: Italian-woven wool twill
  • Made in Italy
  • Retail price: 2.875,-€
  • Slim fit
  • The size indicated on the label is 12UK - 10US - 44IT
  • Shoulders:  (flat across from side seam to side seam): 44cm (17,32")
  • Waist:  flat across from side to side: 44cm (17,32")
  • Length:  from shoulder to hem: 93cm (36,61")
  • Sleeves: 40cm (15,74")
  • This item has been professionally cleaned, pressed and is odor free. Thoroughly checked over before shipping, it will be ready to wear upon arrival.
  • This item has been authenticated by our in-house trained professionals. Burberry does not endorse or participate in the La Doyenne Vintage's authentication process. 
  • Burberryis a registered trademark of Burberry. La Doyenne Vintage is neither partnered nor affiliated with Burberry.
  • Photos are of the actual item in our possession.


€ 1100
Italian-woven wool twill - cupro lining
12UK - 38


Thomas Burberry opened his shop in 1856, establishing himself as the go-to purveyor for outdoor apparel. His coats, constructed from the water-resistant, gabardine fabric he invented, would earn Burberry the honor of outfitting trench-fighting British soldiers in WWI. After the war, the "trench coat" found its way into civilian life, and soon it became an icon of dapper London style. The trench made Burberry famous, but by 2000 the company had grown into a luxury-clothing juggernaut. Looking to redefine its identity, Burberry tapped fellow Brit Christopher Bailey as chief creative officer in 2001. Under his stewardship, Burberry introduced the Prorsum, London, and Brit lines—and has pulled off a unique feat: looking at the past, and toward the future, while hitting on what works today.