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All-New Excellence: Barbour x Engineered Garments

The Barbour x Engineered Garments AW 21 Collection puts a contemporary spin on traditional quilts

This season’s Barbour x Engineered Garments collection focuses on Barbour’s signature quilt styles with playful touches from Daiki Suzuki to create a very special contemporary collection.

Established in 1999 by Japanese designer Daiki Suzuki, Engineered Garments is born out of a love of American workwear and traditional construction techniques with a Japanese aesthetic.

The collection consists of five unique garments. The stand-out piece is the Shallow Shawl quilt. In an asymmetrical wrap-around style, it makes a bold individual statement that can be worn to suit the wearer’s personality, slipping easily over a jacket or knit.

The Barbour Pop Quilted vest is based on Engineered Garment’s signature utility vest in Barbour’s traditional 2” diamond quilting. With a large practical central pocket at the front, it can be worn over a sweater or shirt and is sure to attract attention.

The ultra-lightweight Staten and Loitery quilts in traditional black and olive colourways are contemporary takes on Barbour’s classic Liddesdale jacket. The Loitery quilt is semi-tailored with smart kick pleats, a revere cord collar, and trims.

The Staten quilt features an additional asymmetrical handwarmer pocket, shoulder overlays and kick pleats to provide freedom of movement when walking. Both quilts are multi-pocketed with two large pockets and a smaller chest pocket providing plenty of room for essentials.

The longer-length stylish Jankees quilt comes with a fixed hood, shoulder overlays, and asymmetrical handwarmer pockets alongside two practical larger pockets. Perfect to throw on over jeans or chinos on cooler days, it’s warm and lightweight, very versatile, and easy to wear.

The Barbour x Engineered Garments collection is available now from