Barrie reinterprets a classic: the bandana.
This small cotton square-shape scarf with drop-like motifs was first made popular in Paisley, west of Glasgow in Scotland, before being adopted throughout the western world. In a nod to its origins, the Barrie bandana in cashmere and cotton is embellished with a thistle with pointed leaves, the emblem of Scotland.
The bandana print features on different designs:
from the trousers and tops to the sweaters and cardigans.
The collection is available in the Paris and London boutiques and online.