Tag : Barbour
First Look: Barbour launches premium sub-brandSubscription
British lifestyle brand Barbour has launched a new luxury sub-brand – Barbour Gold Standard – for autumn 20.
Sales grow at Barbour Subscription
Turnover increased at heritage British brand Barbour by £22.8m to £225.1m for the year to 30 April 2019.
What we learnt from retail leaders in 2019Subscription
Over the past 12 months, Drapers has interviewed leaders from across the fashion industry – from high street to high-end and spanning everything in between.
Dame Margaret Barbour's lifetime of achievementSubscription
Custodian of Barbour for five decades, Dame Margaret Barbour is recognised throughout the industry for transforming the traditional British brand into a global fashion phenomenon, making her a fitting winner of the Drapers Lifetime Achievement accolade.
Barbour hires Hobbs head of designSubscription
Barbour has appointed Hobbs head of design Nicola Brown (née Page) as its new head of womenswear, Drapers can reveal.
Survival strategies for Brexit chaosSubscription
The second Brexit deadline has come and gone and there are no concrete plans for the next stage of the process. How is the UK fashion retail industry coping with the effect of prolonged uncertainty on business?
Barbour: 125 years of family history VideoSubscription
125 years in business
Barbour and Alexa Chung: a festival collectionSubscription
British heritage brand Barbour has partnered with TV presenter turned fashion designer Alexa Chung’s eponymous label, Alexachung.
Heritage brand Barbour has teamed up with British lifestyle brand Emma Bridgewater to launch a capsule collection for autumn 19.
Strong growth for Barbour as it turns 125Subscription
Turnover increased by 9.2% to £185.3m at heritage British brand Barbour for the year to 30 April 2018.
Steve Buck, managing director, BarbourSubscription
Barbour has achieved an enviable position as both the darling of the fashion-forward and the commercial mainstream.
Six ways to satisfy the omnichannel customerSubscription
In today’s ever-changing retail environment, adapting to the omnichannel customer is vital. Industry experts discussed their top tips at Drapers Fashion Forum 2018.
Exclusive: Barbour launches new sub-brandSubscription
British brand Barbour is launching a new sub-brand, Barbour Beacon, for autumn 18.
Denim giant Isko's quest for greener jeans Subscription
The world’s largest denim supplier, Turkish manufacturer Isko, is prioritising sustainability.
Find out what’s selling now in the world of lingerie and men’s accessories
Heritage British outerwear brand Barbour has reported a 2% rise in profits for the year to 30 April 2017.
What's selling now: mainstream fashionSubscription
Find out what’s selling now in the world of mainstream fashion
Joules and Missguided triumphed at the Drapers Awards 2017, each securing a double award win.
Find out what’s happening on fashion’s social scene.
Seasonal fashion is a thing of the pastSubscription
The spring/summer and autumn/winter seasons are artificial constructs that do not reflect the way consumers now shop for clothing, an expert panel at the Drapers Fashion Forum said today.
Drapers catches up with Deborah Holmes, managing director of 17,000 sq ft independent department store Sandersons in Sheffield, on the first anniversary of its opening.
Barbour is centralising its distribution, which is currently spread across three warehouses in the UK, in a new site in Bedesway, South Shields.
Premium Brand of the YearSubscription
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Mainstream Brand of the YearSubscription
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Christmas 2016 ads: Barbour’s festive adventure with The SnowmanVideoSubscription
Barbour has unveiled its nostalgic Christmas campaign, featuring the much loved festive animation The Snowman and The Snowdog.
The US is the toughest market to crack, Barbour head of global distribution Paul Johnson-Barnett told Drapers Operations Forum.
The female influence: fashion's inspiring women Subscription
While opportunities for women are improving across fashion retailing there is still much to be done to create parity with male counterparts, particularly at the top.
Fashion retail’s leading figures get out their crystal balls to predict what this year could have in store for the UK industry.