Barbour honored national sales manager Tom Sobolewski at a surprise retirement party for him at the company’s new showroom in New York on Sunday night.
The renowned Connecticut retailer was affectionately known as “Mr. Z.”
Barbour Inc. has opened a store at Tice’s Corner Marketplace in Woodcliff Lake, N.J. It is the 11th U.S. store for the brand.
North American subsidiary of J. Barbour & Sons, Ltd., of Britain, Barbour Inc., will open the doors of its new Boston store today, May 22nd. The new store, located at 79 Newbury Street, is a relocation and expansion from 134 Newbury Street where the brand spent 10 successful years. “We’re thrilled …
Helen Barbour, vice chair of J. Barbour & Sons Ltd., chatted with me about what’s new, next and if collaborations are over last week while she was in town for New York’s Tartan Day Parade. As one of the parade sponsors, Barbour outfitted the Westie and Scottie dogs that “marched” …
Barbour opens an outlet store at the Merrimack Premium Outlets in Merrimack, N.H. today, the brand’s fourth outlet store in the U.S. “We’re excited to join the Merrimack Premium Outlets this spring,” said Barbour’s head of North American retail Christopher Sapienza. “Barbour is a unique British lifestyle and heritage brand …
Barbour Inc. has named Amanda Ernest mid-Atlantic territory manager, responsible for seasonal sales goals and strategies in the region.
Barbour’s first U.S. store, opened in 2003, has reopened after extensive renovations.
Former Polo Ralph Lauren exec Andy Hill is Barbour’s new director of sales for the U.S.
Barbour International has opened a London store and launched a denim collection for fall 2014.
Barbour International will be launching a collaboration with custom motorcycle builder Deus Ex Machina for fall 2014.
Barbour embraces bright colors for spring 2014, both in its Pantone collaboration and in its Beacon Heritage collection designed by Norton & Sons.
The Barbour Beacon Heritage line’s new collection was designed with Savile Row tailor Norton & Sons under creative director Patrick Grant
Harry Sheff tours Barbour’s UK factory, which produces 3,000 waxed cotton jackets a week.
Harry Sheff talks to Badowers about tailored clothing, Barbour jackets and how a comment about “ironic shoes” fueled some profanity-laced T-shirts and belt buckles.
A lot of my pre-Vegas conversations focused on what retailers were searching the spring 2012 market for. Over and over again I heard echoes of “less plaid” and “what’s after heritage?” (You can read September’s contemporary retail roundtable here.) We’re starting to see camouflage prints hit the floor for fall …
NEW YORK—Waxed cotton outerwear and outdoor apparel company Barbour Inc. opened its second New York City store last month, on Wooster Street in SoHo. The store is showing Barbour’s fall/winter 2010 Heritage line through the holidays and will reopen to show spring/summer 2011 in early spring. “We are very excited …