Leading country outerwear company and global lifestyle brand, Barbour, celebrate 120 years of history with their A/W 2014 collection; a remarkable longevity shaped by timeless design and quality.
In 1894 Barbour was founded in the port of South Shields in the North East of England by Scotsman John Barbour. The renowned company is a testament to the founding principles of quality, attention to detail, fitness for purpose and durability. Throughout their 120 years of service, the need for waterproof, reliable, hardwearing outerwear amongst communities worldwide has developed, making Barbour an international iconic trusted label.
The classic brand thrives on the unique values of the British countryside, reflecting this into their classic, authentic clothing and accessory designs that cater for men, women, children and even dogs. Barbour prides itself on offering a full range of wardrobe essentials throughout their four main segmented ranges:
In 2012 the family run business won Drapers ‘Menswear Brand of the Year’ and continues to surpass our high expectations season after season. Although Barbour has a strong presence around the globe, the brand remembers its British heritage with their classic wax jackets manufactured by hand in Simonside, South Shields. The country-wear brand has been growing in popularity for fashion-forward outerwear since the 1980’s and now produces and sells more than 100,000 jackets a year; a true acknowledgement of the North East brand sartorial pre-eminence. The clothes marry together durability and substance with style that is both modern and classic, undoubtedly a forever wardrobe staple no matter what the season.
Combine fashion with function and join the celebration this autumn/winter in your very own Barbour jacket. A various collection of well-edited separates, a host of accessories as well as the label’s signature outerwear, comprising of both quilted and waxed jackets are now available to shop at our Jules B website; apparel from the Barbour International Steve McQueen and Dept. B capsule collections can also be found online.