Exciting news for AW21 at Stuarts London from Barbour. The Barbour Beacon® Sports Wax Jacket is returning for AW21! One of their most popular jackets ever, the Sports Wax Jacket is a re-release of the original Barbour x To Ki To jacket worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond in the final scenes of Skyfall (2012) that is no longer in production. The original jacket was a limited edition release but proved to be so popular that the Barbour has decided to bring the jacket back with the Barbour Beacon® Sports Wax Jacket for AW21.
When we think of Barbour, it's difficult to not conjure up images of their world-famous waxy coats, Mooreland, tweed, some dogs perhaps, but generally a very autumnal scene. They are definitely a go-to brand for the colder months but Barbour's quality output doesn't end there. Their summer-ready attire has all the quality hallmarks found in their colder weather pieces with quality fabrics, great build quality and that quintessential British style edge.
Upon first seeing an illustration by Mr Slowboy, it becomes apparent that there was something very special about them. A slim figure of a man dressed casually, yet impeccably, with unique combinations that even when looked back on today feel fresh.
With Summer fast approaching now is the time to start thinking about your Lightweight Jackets collection to ensure you are starting the season in style. We are looking ahead to those lighter jackets not only for a bit more breathability in the sunshine but also to add some real style to an everyday look. The beauty of our top nine jackets is not only are they great for the warmer days but they are also suitable for the warmer evenings ahead. We’ve selected the following based on their wearability, quality... Read More
BARBOUR x ENGINEERED GARMENTS RETURN FOR SS19 Fresh from the success of AW18’s first capsule Barbour have re-joined forces with Daiki Suzki’s Engineered Garments to create a summer ready collection delivering a visionary perspective on modern outerwear for the warmer months ahead. Delivering four models – Thompson, Warby, Graham and Irving – for the season the collection sticks to signature Barbour earthy olive, navy and khaki pallets whilst utilising an innovative lightweight and durable hydrocarbon coated cotton material in exchange for the Traditional Barbour Waxed Cotton. With a focus upon function prevalent throughout... Read More
Keen eyes will have noticed the addition of Barbour x Engineered Garments to our brand list this Autumn Winter season, with the British label Barbour teaming up with New York based label – Engineered Garments to create a capsule collection that is both familiar and unique. Barbour x Engineered Garments transatlantic collection reworks pieces from Barbour’s extensive archive, taking classical pieces from Britain and splicing them with influences from American sportswear, workwear and military clothing; the culmination of which is a harsh blend of classic Americana with Japanese aesthetics. The main changes... Read More
English labels have long held a place at the forefront of Global fashion, with English brands renowned for their reliability and robust construction. Join us this St. Georges day as we explore three classic English brands from their founding to what they are today. Reflecting on traditional English menswear is no longer a hobby reserved for fashion history enthusiasts, the modern men of today want to understand the history and culture behind the clothes they wear. Below we explore the history and culture behind three classical English brands. Baracuta When... Read More
THERE ARE obvious things that suck in life, holidays being cancelled because your dog has attacked your annoying neighbour and now you face a long protracted court battle instead of sunning it up in Maui, scratching your works cars alloy wheels on day one or dropping your new mobile down the bog after a heavy night out, these things suck, or are at least minor irritations, especially as you always hated your neighbour. But surely the biggest thing to suck is when you find yourself stuck up a mountain, especially... Read More