Most famous for the signature waxed and quilted jackets, Barbour thrives on fusing values of the British countryside with a modern aesthetic. They’ve produced iconic designs including the desirable International jacket which have been successfully reproduced in unexpected colours and fabrics. Outstanding British heritage and technical excellence is represented through three Royal Warrants and the Barbour logo is symbol of British greatness and is always proudly displayed on the front of the pieces in the collection each season.
Still manufactured by hand in South Shields, the Barbour family still owns the company and stays true to the core values of the brand — design, quality and functionality. But, since broadening from its country wear roots, Barbour has seen a fashion revival which shows no sign of slowing down. Fans of Barbour include British artist Plan B, presenters Steve Jones and Rick Edwards and the Royal Princes Harry and William.