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Burberry's New B Series Drop Features a Monogram Print Towel

The customizable towel is available on numerous social media platforms.

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Following up on the debut of its “Monogram” campaign starring Gigi Hadid, Burberry launches a new installment of its B Series. This drop is the Thomas Burberry Monogram print towel, the first product available with the house’s new code. The interlocking “TB” initials are pulled from the brand’s archives.

Designed by Burberry’s Chief Creative Officer, Riccardo Tisci, the piece can be personalized for a limited time. Detailing includes a dark and light brown makeup, alongside a section reserved for a specific name on the bottom corner appearing in bright orange.

The Thomas Burberry Monogram print towel launched May 17 at 8 a.m. EST (12 p.m. GMT) exclusively through Burberry’s Instagram, LINE and Kakao platforms. At 6 p.m. EST (5 p.m. CST), it will be available on Burberry’s WeChat platform, for 24 hours. Check out the limited-edition item above and below.

In case you missed it, take a closer look at the last B Series drop.

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