The Making of Barbour Originals Jackets
Made in England and designed by Dame Margaret Barbour for a country lifestyle, Barbour Originals celebrates its 120th anniversary this year. Traditional and tough, the Bedale, Beaufort, and Beadnell are best known for their waxed cotton bodies and iconic style that have been entrenched across a number of subcultures throughout the years. In this short clip, Barbour lets us in to its South Shields factory where we get a closer look at the making of the label’s sought-after styles — from cutting out the tartan lining, to the stitching process and the iron-out of wax cotton. Cast your eyes over the short above to learn more about Barbour’s timeless craftsmanship and let us know your thoughts below.