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Indigo Days–Picking up right where he left off for the upcoming fall, Neil Barrett produces yet another clever collection. Fusing the safari motif with a contemporary view of sportswear and urban culture, Barrett arrives at a functional lineup, dressed in hues of purple and blue. Setting an...

British designer, Neil Barrett, unveils his new Spring/Sumer 2011 collection. Trained under Miuccia Prada before launching his own label in 1998, Barrett delivered a new collection called "BlackBarrett" in 2007 dedicated to "younger audience." The "Three Button Cardigan" is a long cardigan...

While we've posted about leather fingerless gloves before, that pair from DSquared2 oozed sex and rock and roll unlike these longer, avant-garde alternatives from Neil Barrett . More urban warrior than Karl Lagerfeld — think Mad Max — they feature only one opening for the fingers and one for...

Activewear takes center stage for Neil Barrett's fall 2011 collection. Telling a black, white and gray story with textured lines and graphic prints, Barrett sent his men down the runway in clunky boots and technical fabrics. Playfully approaching this season's silhouette, the collection...

I, myself, have forever been an adoring, unofficial ambassador, and fan of Neil Barrett. His latest collection saw two toned jackets and tailored monotone print trousers come together in a shake up of the traditional young man's evening suit. Turning it on its head and creating, in the...

A previous version of this article misstated that Neil Barrett created a Bauhaus-inspired men's collection for Autumn/Winter 2012. This was incorrect. It was for his Autumn/Winter 2013 menswear collection.

an outstanding showing for neil barrett, but im not sure that this will remain as powerful through to the end of the season, once all the other bigger labels show on the runway. that said, great effort. strong pieces, memorable details. visit style.com to see archived collections by neil...

The details make this particular range especially strong, consisting of sleek jackets, cropped trousers, and other formal-leaning options executed with smart material-blocking and witty patterning. While the collection is admittedly dark, it only serves to add a refined edge to this military-...

Descended from several generations of prolific tailors, Milan-based designer Neil Barrett has true sartorial pedigree in his blood. Having studied at the prestigious Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design in London, he spent his post-graduate years refining his design aesthetic within...

Precise Barrett–Continuing a knack for functional luxury, Neil Barrett blends sartorial separates with streetwear-inspired looks for a clean fall/winter 2013 outing. Creating sleek simple finishes, outerwear in camel hues were smart alternatives to a more youthful look, curated in color...