- January 10th 2017
Last week we showcased the heritage of our Barbour International motorcycle inspired brand with a presentation at London Fashion Week Men’s. During the presentation an Artist painted Robert Montgomery’s work onto the back of one of our size 40 Barbour International Original Wax Jackets – a truly bespoke piece!
Robert Montgomery is a conceptual artist that brings a poetic voice to text art. He creates art from Billboards to light pieces and watercolours. With exhibitions around the world Robert Montgomery is most well known for being the British Artist selected for Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2012, the first biennale in India.
We’re giving one lucky winner the chance to take this exclusive art home! All you need to do to enter is fill in the form.
The competition will run from Tuesday 10th January- Tuesday 7th February at 11.59pm.
Enter our competition here.
Just after the war, our Barbour International Original Wax Jacket was first made available to our customers in 1947 and has since gone on to become one of the most loved and timeless jackets in our collections.
Adopted by the Vincent Owners Club in 1953, the International was chosen as their official ‘uniform’.
Vincent was known as the ‘Maker of the World’s Fastest Standard Motorcycle’ and to mark the relationship between the two businesses, the International was dyed black.
Produced to a near identical specification, the original Barbour International jacket remains in manufacture today and has been worn and loved by motorcycle enthusiasts and celebrities alike.
Discover Barbour International at London Fashion Week Mens.