LONDON — Burberry has a new home in the heart of Knightsbridge, and the mood is weekend luxury. There are exclusive cashmere knits, cozy quilted jackets and a Tartan room where customers can order bespoke kilts for a Saturday night of Scottish reeling.

The store, which opened early last week, is located across the street from London’s retail icon Harvey Nichols and near to that other icon, Harrods. It’s housed in the former Scotch House, a Burberry subsidiary, now closed, that for years was a mecca for fans of Scottish tartan and cashmere. The site is Burberry’s third London flagship after its stores in New Bond and Regent Streets.

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