Barker footwear has accomplished great things in its 100 years of trading. They have been making shoes by hand in Northampton since 1880, and the brand’s strong heritage has meant that Barker shoes are highly regarded around the world.
The company uses traditional leather craft techniques to create their prestigious shoes. Each design uses the best quality leathers and suedes, which are shaped on the last by hand to create luxury shoes. Barker has become a fine shoe making institution, with other brands emulating their classic leather working techniques.
The new season sees the continuation of the classic Harriet loafer in a new burgundy colour-way and the new Amber two-tone tasselled loafer in cedar and navy. The edgy masculine feel of the loafers remains a key trend for Autumn/Winter 16, and would be perfectly paired with tailored trousers for a classic work look.
Alternatively, the classic silhouette of the Violet Chelsea boot boasts quality and style, ideal for wearing with tights or skinny jeans on a cold day.