A former Burberry and Hackett accountant who embezzled more than £100,000 from both brands has been ordered to pay it all back.
Victor Navarro, 33, who was earning £25,000 a year as an accounts clerk at Burberry, stole £83,200 between August 2007 and July 2010.
He used the cash to buy a BMW X5, maintaining that the brand was "funding a company car for him". He later sold the vehicle for £15,000.
After resigning from the British label, he moved on to Hackett and pocketed a further £66,153 while working there, the court heard.
The married father-of-one, from Purley, Surrey, was imprisoned for 21 months in February 2012 after being found guilty of fraud.
He must now repay the £113,658.17 that he stole from both companies within six months or face a further two years in prison, under the Proceeds of Crime Act.