The highlights from Barbour’s spring 16 menswear and womenswear collections.
Barbour’s bestselling Bedale coat shape is reimagined for spring in an ombré suede for womenswear, alongside a 1970s-style front-pocket pencil skirt in a similar degrade finish as part of the Land Rover collection.
A nautical theme permeates the women’s Seafarer range, in which pops of colour stand out, such as an orange quilted jacket and a deep blue jacket with yellow details.
The Dress Tartan range looks to linen for spring, particularly in loose trousers and a 1950s-style cap-sleeve dress, while knitted capes that were originally launched for autumn 15 are reworked in lighter-weight wools for summer.
In the brand’s most glamorous collection, Barbour International, a standout pastel pink leather biker jacket and a body-con cap-sleeve dress with quilted contouring waist panels are key.
For menswear, highlights from the top-end Barbour International line focus on a sportier look. Jersey track pants and sweatshirts featuring sealed pockets nod to the functional fashion trend, alongside the smarter Dress Tartan range in which a lovely light waterproof mac stands out.
The retro Safari jacket shape is given a new lease of life in the men’s Land Rover collection, while rubberised jackets in pops of primary colours, washed-out shirts and shorts covered in a fun lighthouse print are top buys from the coastal-inspired Great Coat range.
Wholesale prices range from £11.98 to £111.60 for the Dress Tartan collection, £22.20 to £295.93 for the Land Rover collection and £14 to £258.89 for the Barbour International collection.