After teaming up for a series of collaborative Bedale and Beaufort jackets back in 2021, Barbour and NOAH have reunited once again for a new outerwear range which looks to the nature-focused lifestyle of the 1960s.
Fusing NOAH’s rebellious aesthetic with Barber’s signature English style, for the latest release, the international houses have ventured to the American East Coast to create an immersive campaign which sees the collaboration put through its paces.
Readied in a protective cloth made from 60% cotton and 40% nylon, the collaboration highlight arrives in the form of an updated Beadle jacket, which—for its second take—is served in eight colourways with a printed lining, co-branded pockets, snap closures and heavyweight zippers.
Celebrating the great outdoors, other notable pieces from the offering arrive courtesy of Barbour’s waxed cotton Bedale, updated in a traditional camouflage pattern and styled with removable fur lining. Elsewhere, T-shirts and crewnecks housing playful duck illustrations round out the capsule, along with corduroy cargo pants, hats and other accessories.
Showcased in a campaign captured on the the American East Coast, you can shop the collaboration now via NOAH’s webstore, NYC flagship store, the NOAH Hideout, and at select Dover Street Market locations globally. It will also drop on November 19 at select locations in Japan.