When Burberry introduced the Burberry Wallet in 2018, it was hailed as a breakthrough wallet designed for women.
It’s also been dubbed the “burberry purse” after the iconic fashion house.
Now the company has added a new feature to its wallets: a “balencomaga” wallet that’s a hybrid of a burberry purse and a woman’s cell phone.
The new design will be available in a variety of colors and styles.
The Burberry Balencomagas are made from an ultra-thin polyurethane material that’s able to fit most body types.
The $300 product, which was announced today at Burberry’s Burberry Mobile Expo in New York City, also has a magnetic stripe that can be used to track the wearer’s health and track her location.
“This is not just a new product, but an entirely new way of looking at how we approach this,” Burberry CEO David Burberry said.
“We’re looking at ways to connect the Burburberry with the people we serve, the brands we support, and the communities we serve.”
The new Balencosas feature a microchip that will allow users to track their health and location, and also a small wallet pocket that can hold a phone, an iPad, or a credit card.
Burberry says the Balencalas are not meant to replace a purse, but rather complement the woman’s bag.
Burly has been selling the wallet for $250 per month, which includes a microchipped wallet.
The Balenca wallet is designed to be worn on the outside of the purse, as well as on the inside.
“For a lot of women, they are worried about how they’re going to fit into a purse and also how they’ll look in a purse,” Burrell said.
The company has made a point of emphasizing the privacy and security of its wallets.
Burrell says the wallet has a removable flap that can fold into a messenger bag, which makes it ideal for carrying around a purse.
“You can take it off in public and be on your way, but you’ll be visible, you’ll have your purse, and you’ll look great in your purse,” he said.
Burkinabes are expected to hit store shelves this fall.
The products are also available in Burberry stores in the United States, including New York and Los Angeles, and in other markets worldwide.