Baracuta Launches Autumn Winter 2009 Collection

Baracuta for Autumn Winter thinks back to its origination in the City of Manchester, where the Baracuta industrial facility opened in the 1940s. The city in the North West of England had a notoriety for being the home to the best outerwear producers in England, being at the focal point of the cotton material industry for the British Empire.

The accumulation concentrates on the rich music culture that made Manchester well known in the 90s. It had its very own style, which originated from the easygoing society who adored music and football. Groups included Oasis, Happy Mondays, The Fall, EMF, Morrissey, The Verve, Joy Division, New Order, The Inspiral Carpets and The Stone Roses. The look was sure, a la mode, mod-like and ladish.



Because of this, the gathering highlights the mainstream ‘Mod Harrington G10 Slim Short Jacket’ in hues including naval force, dark and khaki. For great British mod style, pay special mind to the notable G9 – the first Harrington coat worn by symbols and legends including Elvis, Sinatra and McQueen. This season sees the coat in a variety of new manufactures, including the ‘Marr G9 Vintage Fit Worsted Puppytooth Jacket’, and in addition a finished cashmere blend – the ‘Morrissey G9 Vintage Fit Melton Jacket’ which adds extravagance to the range. The G9 is offered in delicate dark calfskin, and in addition in a hooded style.

With Manchester being acclaimed for its northern rain, the specialized coats fit the bill for keeping the components away. The ‘James G7 Waterproof Jacket’ in red has a taped-crease waterproof development permitting the coat to be completely waterproof, while being completely breathable because of the mark five-point wing back. The beautiful plan makes it flawless to be exhausted and about, however it similarly functions admirably on the bicycle with its actually cut, marginally longer arms and trim at the back, which builds dryness while cycling in the rain.


Waxed-search coats are ideal for drizzly days, and the gathering presents alternatives for both town and nation. Look at the ‘Wren G6 Technical Mock Wax Jacket, ‘Gallagher G11 Mock Wax Sport Parka’ and ‘Mounfield G22 Mock Wax Field Coat.

In overwhelming shirt there is a vintage Manchester track style speed up, ‘Apollo Jersey G10 Jacket’. The pullover and knitwear all have a present day outline with slick enumerating, including exceptionally limit collars and stands in remove and secured down styles. Shirts are comparable, with tight fits and present day little collars, in great back, white and dim gingham checks.




Coats and Coats from £99

Polos from £49

Shirts from £65

Weaves from £79