The Barbour x Wood Wood 10th Anniversary Jacket Updates the Classic

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Aug 7, 2012 • References: barbour & highsnobiety
The comeback of classic English fashion and emergence of Danish design come together with the Barbour x Wood Wood 10th Anniversary Jacket.

The collaboration piece is in celebration of the Wood Wood's 10th anniversary. Graphic designer Brian SS Jensen, designer Karl-Oskar Olsen and manager Magnus Carstensen started their trajectory in 2002, with a decidedly underground luxe ethos.

In this piece, Barbour's 'Bedale' coat is given the Wood Wood treatment. It is updated with color blocking, metal button detailing and minimal leather paneling. Complete with the classic plaid interior and hidden pockets, the jacket becomes a representation that embodies the best of both brands.

Utility is essential in menswear, and this Danish-English jacket does justice to the need for style and warmth. The collaboration gives a modern twist to a staple piece that is woven with heritage and hip street style. Stats for Re-Imagined Iconic Outerwear Trending: Older & Warm
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