Barrie SS20 is an ode to summer carefree

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Barrie SS20 is an ode to summer carefree

Several themes make up the collection, always with the will to put in the honor the cashmere and the know-how of Barrie in what they have more noble, and more contemporary.
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Imagined and led by artistic director Augustin Dol-Maillot, the Spring-Summer 2020 collection is an ode to summer carefree.
The latter is indeed a breath of fresh air on the hot season, thanks to its palette of exclusive and vibrant colors evoking with delight the salvating sorbets.
Several themes make up the collection, always with the will to put in the honor the cashmere and the know-how of Barrie in what they have more noble, and more contemporary.
Thus, denim trompe l’oeil on jackets and pants is embellished with new cuts, the fishnet is inviting on loose sweaters and reveals thistles – emblem of Scotland dear Barrie home – seen from above. The stripes, on sweaters and cardigans, are inspired by the “Fisher Stripes” traditionally sported by women sailors. The graphical language of the logos is fun for him to foil conventions: raised and raised, it is affixed on t-shirts, sweaters or pants. The mesh is light, to better be worn on the skin, while the fine gauge parts are airy and with cutouts, allowing the most daring sets of overlays.
The unmistakable printed “Bandana” is revisited on a series of desirable pieces, including XXL scarves. The accessories, including a “bob” hat and sports socks, complete this ideal wardrobe, fashioned for a summer you would like to see forever.

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