Two quintessentially British icons - Barbour and Land Rover - have announced their second clothing collaboration for Spring Summer ‘15.

The collection, available from February 2015, draws on the key strengths of both brands to deliver clothing built on the shared foundations of capability, design, reliability and style. Inspired by Land Rover’s contemporary design and refined luxury, the range is a modern interpretation of the two brands’ traditions.

The premium lifestyle collection, featuring lightweight jackets, a range of knits, shirts, jerseys and graphic tees, has been designed with the unpredictable British weather in mind.

The collaboration continues in the clothing’s unique styling which have been inspired by the precision detailing from Land Rover vehicles such as grille and chamfer lines, which have been used to clever effect.

Lindsey Weaver, Global Licensing & Branded Goods Director for Land Rover says: “This is an ideal partnership for Land Rover with both brands personifying all that is great about British design. With a penchant for style and comfort, both Barbour and Land Rover are revered for their all-terrain and all-weather resilience allowing customers to go about their business whatever the weather.”

The collection is available in store from February 2015 and will be retailed through Barbour and Land Rover distribution channels worldwide.

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