The Barbour Story About the Jacket Everyone Loves (Always)

The Barbour Story About the Jacket Everyone Loves (Always)

Prince William in Barbour at King Charles Polo Match – 1987

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Thornproof fabric (introduced in the mid-thirties, literally thorn-proof, less stiff than the original oil skin), insulating and waterproof, an Egyptian cotton that can be made superlight, light or heavy, a More than a century later it is still produced at Simonside factories. But few people imagine it is even today A family-run company, in its fifth generation, led by women for over fifty years, At the top, for the time being, Dame Margaret Barbour and her daughter Helen.

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

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Barbour, The story of ongoing contamination projects.

since 1984 WP in progress Italy is the exclusive distributor for (and, ├ža va sans dire, responsible for the Barbour boom on our streets). To celebrate their forties together, Barbour will be the protagonist of WP Stories, the series of exclusive interviews with which the international group of landmark brands have decided to explore their collections and the release of an exclusive Barbour x WP 40th Anniversary Capsule Collection. Will be done.

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