Barbour Chronicles, All About the Jacket That Everyone Loves (Always)

The Barbour Story About the Jacket Everyone Loves (Always)

King Charles Polo Match – Prince William at Barbour in 1987

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Made of thornproof cloth (introduced in the mid-1930s, literally thorn-proof, less tough than the original oilskin), insulating and waterproof, an Egyptian cotton that can be made super light, light or heavy , more than a century later it is still produced. Simonside works. but maybe some people imagine that it’s still A family business, in its fifth generation, led by women for over fifty years, At the moment, under the leadership of Dame Margaret Barbour and her daughter Helen.

Mrs Marjorie Landels at the Barbour factory in Simonside making a jacket for Queen Elizabeth – 1979

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Barbour, A history of contamination projects in progress.

since 1984 WP work in progress is the exclusive distributor for Italy (and, ├ža va sans dire, responsible for the Barbour boom on our streets). To celebrate the fortieth year together, Barbour will be the protagonist of WP Stories, a series of exclusive interviews with which the international group of historical brands has decided to explore its collection and released a special Barbour x WP 40th Anniversary Capsule Collection Will go

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