Barbour International X Roksanda | The New Collection

With many of us reinventing our wardrobes with bright colours and joyous dressing it is no surprise that Barbour has followed in toe, with a collection of outerwear designed by women for women. Teaming up with the Serbia-born designer Roksanda Ilinčić, Barbour International completely steps away from its usual aesthetic with a collection that dialogues between the two brands. 

Roksanda noted she likes her collaborations to always be unexpected and take her down a path she wouldn’t have necessarily discovered on her own. That said, her focus for Barbour International X Roksanda was to design a protective collection of outerwear that allowed women to do their everyday life and not be restricted. 

Prior to her master’s degree at Central St Martins in womenswear, the London-based designer studied Artictecure becoming renowned for bright colours, structures and forms collaborating previously with the likes of architect David Adjaye.  

barbour x roksanda

The collection is made up of 13 pieces, merging her architectural silhouettes and signature colour blocking with contrasting elements. The outerwear pieces have a streetwear-Esque aesthetic with quilted styles and flashes of bright orange and yellow detailing.

The utilitarian fabrics and practicality give you a sense of protection for autumn/winter but with a quirky new take on outerwear. 

Roksanda x Barbour

Incorporating Barbour International’s heritage racing elements but with a contemporary twist, Roksanda has included their 45-degree angled pockets, designer for motorcyclists and a reinvented version of the iconic biker jacket. Elevate your outerwear season this season with the new collection now at Coggles.




Written by Holly Thompson

Image Credit – Barbour International 

Holly Thompson

Holly Thompson

Writer and expert