Barbour is a British luxury and lifestyle brand founded by John Barbour in 1894, well-known for its manufacturing of waxed cotton outerwear, ready-to-wear, clothing, footwear and accessories for men, women and children. The brand also holds royal warrant to supply "waterproof and protective clothing" from Queen Elizabeth II in 1974, the Duke of Edinburgh in 1982, and Charles, Prince of Wales in 1987.
The company is also committed to the welfare, health and safety of their employees and suppliers and to delivering socially and environmentally responsible products to the customers. The family owned business clocked up sales of £202.3m in 2018 and has also branched out to attract a new, younger consumer with its new Barbour Beacon brand.
Outerwear; Womenswear; Menswear; Kidswear; Accessories; Bags; Footwear
Liberty; Harrods; House of Fraser; Fenwick
UK; Channel Islands; Isle of Man
29 Fouberts Place,
London, W1F 7QF
134 Lond Acre,
St Martins Courtyard,
London, WC2E 9AA
London, W1J 9HL