Palace x Barbour: A Contemporary Spin on Classic Heritage for Winter 2023
London’s renowned brand, Palace, has been rolling out its Winter 2023 collection, already boasting collaborations with names like nanamica and Wedgwood. This season’s latest partnership features Fraser Moss and Jimmy Collins’ iconic Barbour, introducing a twist with a co-branded barber shop in London.
This collection sees Barbour’s historic legacy infused into each item. A notable highlight is the tribute to the archival Bedale jacket, reimagined with modern camo prints, corduroy collars, tartan interiors, and practical pockets, complete with co-branding. Available in classic and “Black” versions, the range also showcases the Camo Dom Quilted Jacket with vibrant orange insides and the maritime-inspired Fly Fishing Vest. Not to be left out, canine companions can don Barbour’s dry waxed cotton coat, ensuring stylish matching looks on outdoor strolls. Gilded nylon bucket hats wrap up this winter ensemble.
This exclusive Palace x Barbour collection will drop online and in stores starting October 27, with additional release dates across various platforms.
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