Ian Bergin, Head of menswear
Design Our key story features equestrian and fishing styles. We’ve designed garments using fishing and Tattersall prints as linings and co-ordinated with colour in shirts and light Fair Isle knitwear.
Colours Alongside our classic colours, this season sees an injection of colour through our collaborations with [Savile Row tailor] Norton & Sons and [colour authority] Pantone. Bold orange, yellow and green feature alongside pinks, reds, blues and greens. In our heritage collections, we’ve used a Morse code print inspired by Barbour’s military heritage.
Fabrics Wax cotton, quilting and corduroy continue to feature strongly, complemented by new lighter-weight unlined fabrics, soft shirtings and cotton knitwear.
Silhouettes Our equestrian heritage is celebrated with tailored jackets, Tattersall linings and co-ordinated shirts and knitwear. In Barbour International, we look to our motorcycling heritage to create collections with a biker look.
Prices No change.