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Immaculate tailoring matched by 100 years of craftsmanship means Barbour hits the sweet spot this season

Sleek silhouettes that don’t try too hard paired with heritage colours and reimagined updated fabrics are the hallmarks of Barbour’s Modern Heritage collection

Left: Cambridge mac jacket, €300; Lomond check shirt, €80; lambswool crew neck sweater, €95. Right: Waterhill button-up overshirt, €130; Brent Liddesdale gilet, €160, all by Barbour

Pieces lovingly crafted with generations of skill, using some of the finest fabrics synonymous with Barbour’s Scottish Heritage. This season presents a fresh innovative take on their Scottish roots, with contemporary pieces steeped in tradition, with tartan elements cleverly combined in hues from their native Northumberland countryside, drawing inspiration from the rugged, romantic backdrop of the Isle of Skye.

Crimdon button-up jacket, €200, Barbour

This country palette had been reworked into new, subtly modernised shapes, with the Barbour Winter Sapper Wax Jacket now taking its inspiration directly from the blueprint of the original Sapper but remodelled with added practical details.

Boldron stripe crew neck t-shirt, €55, Barbour
Oxtown logo Oxford shirt, €85, Barbour

The Crimdon casual jacket delivers both smart and casual looks while the Cambridge Waterproof Mac comes in a longer length for added protection, with a sit-down collar and is fully lined with tartan trims. Coming with a range of knitwear too, the Birkrigg half-zip sweatshirt gets an athleisure-inspired touch with a half-zip fastening and funnel neckline and is crafted using textured fleece with a tartan trim and an embroidered rendition of the Barbour logo and shield to the chest.

Discover the Barbour Modern Heritage Collection in-store and online at Brown Thomas and Arnotts