Burberry was founded in 1856 by 21-year old dressmaker Thomas Burberry. The company famously supported various ventures to the Arctic Circle, Antarctica, flying expeditions and races, providing exploration teams with equipment, including coats and jackets, made from the iconic gabardine fabric invented by Thomas Burberry himself. Burberry has a long-standing commitment to drive positive social, cultural and environmental impacts globally. Burberry believes it is important to be a socially responsible business, from supporting diversity and equal opportunities in its workplace, to promoting fair and sustainable employment practices internally and across its supply chain and investing in the communities where its employees live and work.
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