Engineered Garments Updates Barbour's Traditional Quilting for FW21

Adding asymmetrical touches in a black and olive color palette.

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Barbour and Engineered Garments have reunited for Fall/Winter 2021, with the Daiki Suzuki-led label putting its own twist on Barbour’s classic quilting. All five pieces in the collection feature classic Engineered Garments touches, with a black and olive color palette celebrating the workwear and military influences.

Stand-out items include quilting used on an asymmetrical wrap around construction, as well as a take on Engineered Garments’ signature utility vest in a 2” diamond quilting. Elsewhere, Barbour’s Liddesdale jacket has been transformed into both the Loitery quilt — with a semi-tailored construction and corduroy trims — and the Saten, which sports asymmetrical pockets, shoulder overlays and kick pleats.

Take a look through the full Engineered Garments x Barbour FW21 collection in the gallery above. All of the items are available now from the Barbour web store.

In other fashion news, and wander is back with a new capsule for the colder months.

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