Thomas Burberry founded his eponymous fashion house in 1856.
The British brand is underpinned by a passion for the outdoors. Thomas Burberry invented the rain-ready fabric named gabardine to protect individuals from the elements, which birthed the iconic Burberry trench coat.
The company has a shared belief that "creativity opens spaces" and its purpose is to "unlock the power of imagination to push boundaries and open new possibilities for our people, our customers and our communities".
Burberry says it is committed to creating the next generation of sustainable luxury and believes that diversity, equity and inclusion are essential to fulfilling its purpose.
The international luxury brand has 416 stores and 27 office locations around the world and employs a team of 10,000 individuals.
Roles range from retail and corporate to creative, design and architecture-related positions.
Pictured above is the Burberry store in Beverly Hills, California.