Setting the agenda this season with autumnal prints, layering pieces and reversible jackets, is the new drop in the Barbour X House of Hackney cobranded collection.
Marking the third collaboration between Barbour and the British luxury interior brand, it combines 127 years of heritage styles with House of Hackney’s infamous eclectic prints.
Inspired by the 70s, one of fashion’s most defining decades the collection follows on with bold red, teal and onyx colours and a plethora of punchy prints to compliment your autumn/winter wardrobe.
This season we’ve weaved in prints based on classic William Morris designs and one that is our modern reimaging of a paisley print. We love bringing our unique prints to Barbour’s heritage classics and creating pieces which will not only stand out, but stand the test of time.
– Frieda Gormley, co-founder of House of Hackney
Adored for their country roots and iconic wax jackets, Barbour opted for versatile styles with quilted fabrics and transitional prints. Along, with House of Hackney’s shared focus on timeless craftsmanship and quality, this co-branded collaboration is a match made in heaven for the changing season.
Launching two wax jackets, a reversible quilted jacket, a shirt and a dress the duo has taken Barbour’s signature silhouettes and injected new vibrant energy. Perfect for smart casual dressing that blends city and country life, these pieces are as practical as you would expect from Barbour while being joyous at the same time.
Alexa Chung’s eponymous fashion label drops its final capsule in the collaboration with one of Britain’s most renowned brands, Barbour.
Written by Holly Thompson
Image provided by Barbour X House of Hackney.