Two wildflower prints have been applied to the collection, which includes knitwear, wax jackets, blouses, dresses and accessories.
“Both Barbour and Laura Ashley are renowned British heritage brands with a shared love of the countryside,” says Paul Wilkinson, global marketing and commercial director, Barbour. “The prints we have chosen from their archive perfectly complement our clothing to create a contemporary lifestyle collection that is both elegant and functional.”
The new collection will be launching at the end of July 2020.
“Our shared values and vision of classics with a twist perfectly suits the collection, and we are proud of the way we have brought some of our archive prints to life in a new and exciting way,” says Vanessa Page, head, fashion, Laura Ashley.
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