Augustin Dol-Maillot signed the new Barrie’s Tartan

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Augustin Dol-Maillot signed the new Barrie’s Tartan

The House of Barrie, created in 1903 in Hawick, Scotland, thus engages in a joyous return to its roots with this line of Tartan, brilliantly re appropriating key pieces from the contemporary wardrobe.
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A naturally Scottish tradition, Tartan has been associated with families and clans since the 19th century. This season, Barrie has created its own composite pattern, as the saying goes, of crisscrossed lines in vibrant colours.
Imagined by Augustin Dol-Maillot, the artistic director of the House, the Barrie Tartan this season features on a selection of strong pieces that are easy to put together: on a sweater with a textured knit, on a series of jackets with elongated sleeves, on wide-cut trousers worn tight at the waist, but also on short skirts, in a nod to British style.
The House of Barrie, created in 1903 in Hawick, Scotland, thus engages in a joyous return to its roots with this line of Tartan, brilliantly re appropriating key pieces from the contemporary wardrobe.

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