This is the first ever collaboration of Barbour and White Mountaineering. this collection focus on the combination of different types of fabrics, such as waxes, corduroys and leathers. This is also the first time, which Barbour has showcased looks from its Heritage Tweed and Core Essentials ranges.
The collection included camouflage coloured jackets such as olive green, brown and nave, all these colours are inspired from the 1919’s. The most eyes catching garments from this collection must be the Tweed Durham Wax jacket. This jacket has combined with collars, hoods, shoulder and elbow patches. Those little details made the whole jacket looks even more sophisticated.
The Cord ad cotton twill trousers from the Core Essentials range, the 100% cotton shirt and jerseys and the 100% lambswool knitwear also are eyes catching. All these garments complete the ‘Barbour’ look.