As part of Wood Wood’s 15th anniversary, the Danish contemporary fashion and lifestyle brand is collaborating with global lifestyle and heritage brand Barbour to produce a capsule menswear collection for autumn/winter.
Mixing the practicality, fitness for purpose and durability that Barbour is known for with the modern design aesthetic that Wood Wood champions, classic Barbour pieces are given the Wood Wood treatment, creating a capsule of highly collectable pieces. The famous wax jacket is updated first, with the removal of the front placket making a feature of Barbour’s iconic ring-pull zipper. Cord lined hand-warmer pockets, a thick quilted inner lining and a feature stowaway hood come as unique additions in the Valby Wax Jacket, whilst a warm pile-lining and storm-guard skirted hood add extra protection against the elements in the Souter Wax Jacket, which takes its name from a lighthouse on the North East coastline, only a stone’s throw from Barbour’s Headquarters in South Shields, UK.
The two Waterproof Breathable Jackets, the Kilde and the Amager, feature nautical blue and buoy orange pops of colour on the linings and the zips - a nod towards the maritime influence that is a constant source of inspiration for both brands, with Barbour being based close to the River Tyne and the North Sea, and Wood Wood being headquartered in Copenhagen, an old harbour and maritime city. The Amager also boasts sealed seams, a longer length and three layered fabric to enhance its durability. The non-outerwear pieces feature the playful graphics that Wood Wood is known for, with trademark logo tees and sweats in pops of blue and pink, colours which are carried into the accessories with the navy and pink Valby scarf and hat featuring as signature pieces. The main graphic feature the Barbour logo with the B tilted – a reference to 55th parallel north, the circle of latitude where the offices of both brands are located. Something that is also visible in the labels and prints which are angled.
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