The House of Barrie is a heritage British brand that’s known and loved for its cashmere since it was founded in 1903.
Located in Hawick, a small village on the Scottish Borders, it’s one of the oldest cashmere factories in Scotland, starting with the production of stockings, with an extension into clothing and knitwear by the 1920s.
At the heart of the production processes is innovation as well as tradition and technique, as each Barrie garment may require up to forty operations, most of them done by hand, using artisan skills passed down from generation to generation. With all this know-how, it comes to no surprise that
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