Just as we all have an official signature — some better than others — pretty much all luxury houses have their own monogram — again, some better than others. At the top end of the monogram spectrum is Burberry whose monogram got an update in August 2018 at the hands of Ricardo Tisci and graphic designer Peter Savile.

Named the Thomas Burberry Monogram, the design features the brand’s founder’s initials intertwined in a style that both harks back to the classic roots of the house while also looking to the future of a label that moves effortlessly with the times.

In May 2019, we saw the first TB Monogram collection. July 2020 saw a second installment, with the third landing in July 2021. Each Thomas Burberry Monogram collection revolves around a strong color palette to give the returning monogram a new visual angle.

This year, the collection looks to Burberry’s signature beige hue accompanied by a bold orange highlight. Summer staples feature seasonal graphics ranging from the Thomas Burberry Monogram to classic check patterns and a brand-new orange box logo.

The striking graphic angle covers all sides of the latest collection, ranging from eye-catching knitwear to fully-patterned kicks and even a towel. Whether you’re on the hunt for classic Burberry staples like polo shirts or Oxford shirts, or signs of the new Burberry in the form of hoodies, linen phone cases, or swim shorts, the TB Monogram collection has it all.

Be sure to shop the whole Thomas Burberry Monogram collection here.

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