Barbour International: #ForTheFreeSpirited

Join us as we celebrate the authentic lives of six creatives who have carved their own unique path and find out what the AW17 Barbour International campaign has in store…

July 28th 2017
The free-spirited attitude and iconic look of motorcycle clothing permeates the Barbour International collections and the people who wear it. Over the next two months we meet a writer, bike builder, artist, rider, photographer and musician, who embody this attitude.
Discover below, which six creatives we will be introducing you to in more depth throughout our blog and podcast series...
Rae Morris
Rae Morris is an emerging English singer and songwriter from the North of England, now residing in London where she writes and records her soulful sound.
Sam Christmas
Sam shoots editorial and portraits but is best known for shooting motorcyclists and the machines that move them. Not only will we be profiling Sam in our blog and podcast series, but Sam has also shot all the other creatives for this campaign.
Danielle Pender
Danielle is the founder and editor of Riposte, the ‘smart magazine for women’ which carves its own niche, profiling bold and fascinating women in the worlds of art, music, business and beyond. Danielle will be also hosting the podcasts that feature in this campaign.
Benny Thomas
Custom bike builder and ‘gentleman welder’ Benny Thomas is the founder of Birmingham based bike workshop Mutt, with the main objective of creating well designed but accessible motorcycles.
Toria Jaymes
Illustrator, designer, art director and rider of both bikes and boards, Toria defines carving your own path in life as founder of the Stay Outside Studio in East London.
James Jordan
A cult figure in the custom bike world, James is the founder of Kingdom of Kicks, a vintage bike workshop based in East London, which is not only a place where bikes are built, but a meeting place for those who share a passion for riding.
Explore the campaign here and the Men’s and Women’s collections.