Neil Barrett collaborates with Interview magazine on a special Hybrid Series. Celebrating entertainment icons, Barrett revisits the magazine’s archive of covers. Bringing together classic and contemporary stars, the British designer creates a hybrid of sorts. Modern entertainers such as Justin Bieber are represented alongside established stars like Brad Pitt. The line of t-shirts and neoprene… [Read More]
Neil Barrett - English Fashion Brand
Neil Barrett is the eponymous fashion brand of English designer Neil Barrett. After years working at Gucci and helping establish Prada menswear, Barrett launched his own label in 1999. The brand made its runway debut in 2000, showing during Pitti Uomo in Florence, Italy. Since, Neil Barrett has become known for its sports-inspired fashions, use of color blocking, and continuous inspirations taken from Barrett's own background.
While it’s no surprise that the bomber jacket is currently a hot commodity, it’s not every day that you see it quilted. DNCE frontman, Joe Jonas recently stepped out for Men’s Fitness’ Game Changers celebration and put the bomber jacket on display. Going for a bold and textured play, Jonas looked to the work of… [Read More]
English fashion designer Neil Barrett returns home to the United Kingdom for his fall-winter 2016 campaign. Set in London, the advertisement features models Henry Kitcher and Finnlay Davis. The pair take to an open field, posing for images by photographer Scott Trindle. Barrett’s graphic and sporty flair for design takes centerstage for the outing. Stylist… [Read More]
British designer Neil Barrett tapped into the popular 70s style reemergence for his spring-summer 2017 men’s collection. Brown was a key color for the season as Barrett turned out a great number of leather jackets. Dressed in leather and suede, outerwear boasted chevron details. The same element was also replicated for tapered trousers. Creating a… [Read More]
Designer Neil Barrett revisited his childhood for the inspiration of his fall-winter 2016 collection. Unveiled during Milan Fashion Week, Barrett embraced a 1970s style nostalgia. Championing warm chocolate brown hues and his signature use of geometric color blocking, the range was a cohesive lineup of wearable sportswear with a modern edge. Shearling and leather coats… [Read More]