The traditional Argyle pattern, the diamond with overcheck, is deeply rooted in British history. As early as the 18th century, it was known as a symbol of affiliation with the Scottish clans. The most powerful of these clans, the Campbells of Argyle, ultimately made this pattern popular on socks.

The overlapping layers of rhombus shapes add a sense of three-dimensionality and movement to the pattern. At Burlington, they rotated this traditional pattern by 90⁰ and created a more modern look and, above all, brand recognition.

The individuality and strength of this style has been preserved to this very day and looks modern around the world. As an expression of a unique lifestyle and playful interaction with tradition, this fashion can't be defined – except by you.