This year, Barbour’s pinnacle range for men, the ‘Beacon Heritage’, collaborates with renowned Savile Row Tailors ‘Norton & Sons’.

Norton & Sons established in 1821 as tailors to the gentry of London. The company found their niche as a sporting tailor, producing sharply cut garments for the rugged and robust gentleman. Clients included King Edward VII, Wilfred Thesiger and the young Winston Churchill.

Barbour X Norton & Sons

The collection takes inspiration from the fishermen of the Northumbrian coast with clean, simple lines cut into rugged functional materials. Bold primary colours are strong; reflecting the traditional off duty wear of the Northumbrian coastal communities. Lightweight unlined summer fabrics are paired with the simplicity and understated style that is synonymous with Savile Row.

You can view the full collection here.

Barbour Beacon Heritage X Norton & Sons SS14

Barbour Beacon Heritage X Norton & Sons SS14

Barbour Beacon Heritage X Norton & Sons SS14

Barbour Beacon Heritage X Norton & Sons SS14

Barbour Beacon Heritage X Norton & Sons SS14

Barbour Beacon Heritage X Norton & Sons SS14

Barbour Beacon Heritage X Norton & Sons SS14

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2 Responses

  1. The Everyday Man

    The yellow jacket caught my eye. I have been seeking a nice one for quite a while now.

    • sw4

      Completely agree, the yellow jacket is the stand out from the collection for me